from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Pleasant sociability; comradeship.
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- n. the spirit of goodwill that exists among friends; comradeship
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. companionableness; the spirit and disposition befitting comrades.
- n. Agreeable companionship; companionableness.
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Holdsworthys, alone; and, while he met them in good-fellowship, he chummed with none, and formed no deep friendships.
He met them in the clubs, and wondered how real was the good-fellowship they displayed and how quickly they would unsheathe their claws and gouge and rend.
It was contrary to custom and common sense, and while it emphasized good-fellowship, nevertheless, in the name of good-fellowship it must cease.
John Pearson became noted throughout his part of Scotland for his gigantic size, and for his hospitality and good-fellowship according to the customs of the day.
Take the haunting malignity of the mercifully now forgotten Nicola McLean on last year's I'm A Celebrity, with her call-centre voice, and her space-hopper boobs, and her thin veneer of perky good-fellowship stretched wafer-thin over bottomless chasms of bitterness, resentment and malice.
The traveller seated himself; Thenardier remained standing, and his face assumed a singular expression of good-fellowship and simplicity.
Mr. Bartok is correct that we should encourage moderate Muslims to reject the excesses of the terror-masters, and we should promise any factions who rebel peace and good-fellowship.
The new journal was baptized in floods of wine and wit, with oaths of loyalty, fidelity, and good-fellowship.
Factious hatreds died out amidst universal good-fellowship, and a banquet, served on the field of battle, crowned our reconciliation with joviality.
Carlos took a snuff-box from his side-pocket — a black snuff-box lined with silver-gilt — and offered it to Peyrade with an impulse of delightful good-fellowship.