comradely


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com•rade•ly

(ˈcɒm ræd li, -rɪd-)

adj.
of, like, or befitting a comrade: comradely support.
[1875–80]
com′rade•li•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.comradely - heartily friendly and congenialcomradely - heartily friendly and congenial  
friendly - characteristic of or befitting a friend; "friendly advice"; "a friendly neighborhood"; "the only friendly person here"; "a friendly host and hostess"

comradely

adjective friendly, neighbourly, pally (informal), amiable, cordial, genial, affable, fraternal, chummy (informal), companionable, palsy-walsy (informal), matey or maty (Brit. informal) He gave her a comradely grin.
Translations

comradely

[ˈkɒmreɪdlɪ] ADJde camarada
I gave him some comradely advicele di unos consejos de camarada
we did it in a comradely spiritlo hicimos como camaradas

comradely

[ˈkɒmreɪdli] adj (= friendly) → amical(e)

comradely

comradely

[ˈkɒmreɪdlɪ] adj (chat, spirit) → amichevole
References in classic literature ?
Joan's unexpected presence embarrassed him, until she herself put him at his ease by a frank, comradely manner that offended Sheldon's sense of the fitness of things feminine.
Forgetting that he was only a brute, he posited that this was no more than a brute with which he strove to play in the genial comradely way that the Skipper played.
We parted true comradely, and I wandered down the wharf to the Razzle Dazzle.
Buck received them in comradely fashion, Dave ignored them, while Spitz proceeded to thrash first one and then the other.
At first he had been content just to ride with Dede and to be on comradely terms with her; but the desire and the need for her increased.
Dick indeed is viewed by many as something of a fish out of water because he at times develops a free and open relationship with his black farm hands, treating some in comradely fashion.
Sarwar said: "Our campaign will be conducted in a comradely spirit, engaging with our movement and demonstrating to the country that we are ready to transform lives across Scotland.
Brick House was their 'shared territory' for two and a half years: 'a period of comradely competitiveness and unselfconscious bohemianism that had yielded a rich artistic haul.
In a nutshell, the two men - friends, and workmates - were spending a comradely evening sipping an hour away, fingers wrapped around ice-cold cans, when one of them, teasingly, called the other 'a shiner'.
When questioned over the letter, Coun Watson said: "I don't think there is any real purpose to response to what the secretary of state said, in that I don't think it would further our aspirations for devolution "We need to keep a friendly and comradely discussion going rather than 'he said this, I said this', I don't think this tit for tat stuff is going to make the situation any better.
There is nothing comradely about setting up party within a party.
Attacking Momentum - the leftwing grassroots group founded weeks after Mr Corbyn's victory - Mr Smith said: "There is nothing comradely about setting up party within a party.