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- n. The company, friendship or fellow purpose of others.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state of being a comrade; intimate fellowship.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being a comrade, especially a good or agreeable comrade; intimate companionship; fellowship.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability
My arms are about him in comradeship, despite the silliness of his act, as I chance to judge it.
Raccoon and Robot Radio dance together in comradeship and joy.
I use the word comradeship advisedly because we have interests that are indubitably kindred.
We should not speak only of one portion of the Empire, but of the whole (applause); we should maintain comradeship between all the British people.
This sense of comradeship is never stronger than during the hardships and perplexities of
a way, but I want you to know that if I go with John it changes the spelling of the word comradeship into love, and mistress into wife.
See "shelter", it's called comradeship, "Ding hao" -- I believe Chinese for "work together", it's how three men who have never met share something which you will never even have a hint of, sharing a bond that you will never have the good fortune to experience ... not with your present mind-set, anyway.
Divorce ... does not stain, but highly honours, the ideal of marriage; it recognizes that the dignity and prime blessing of matrimony lie in spiritual comradeship, which is not often achieved.
Out of this struggle grew the idea of comradeship and, out of that, grew a way of life that find a depoliticised family resemblance in the forms of neighbourhood that still exist in contemporary Beijing.
Your comradeship is a guarantee and a precondition for your victory in the struggle for the emergence of an independent State of Palestine.