comradeship


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com·rade

 (kŏm′răd′, -rəd)
n.
1. A person who shares one's interests or activities; a friend or companion.
2. often Comrade A fellow member of a group, especially a fellow member of the Communist Party.

[French camarade, from Old French, roommate, from Old Spanish camarada, barracks company, roommate, from camara, room, from Late Latin camera; see chamber.]

com′rade·ship′ n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.comradeship - the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability
sociability, sociableness - the relative tendency or disposition to be sociable or associate with one's fellows

comradeship

noun fellowship, solidarity, fraternity, brotherhood, companionship, camaraderie He missed the comradeship of army life.

comradeship

noun
Translations
رِفْقَه، زَمالَه
družnost
kammeratskab
bajtársi ság
félagsskapur; vinátta
družnosť
yakın arkadaşlık

comradeship

[ˈkɒmrɪdʃɪp] Ncompañerismo m, camaradería f

comradeship

[ˈkɒmreɪdʃɪp] ncamaraderie f

comradeship

nKameradschaft(lichkeit) f; the spirit of comradeshipder Kameradschaftsgeist

comradeship

[ˈkɒmrɪdʃɪp] ncameratismo

comrade

(ˈkomrid) , ((American) -rӕd) noun
a close companion. his comrades in battle.
ˈcomradeship noun
the comradeship of the office.
References in classic literature ?
With me they had been like older brothers; had restrained their speech and manners out of care for me, and given me so much good comradeship.
Of that I have had no time to make inquiry; for whenas my comradeship moved hence upon their labors, leaving me in charge, I got me to needed rest, purposing to inquire when I waked, and report the place's name to Camelot for record.
It was considered that a person could strike harder in the duel, and with a more earnest interest, if he had never been in a condition of comradeship with his antagonist; therefore, comradeship between the corps was not permitted.
He was a homely, freckled, sandy-haired young fellow, with an intelligent blue eye that had frankness and comradeship in it and a covert twinkle of a pleasant sort.
The soul grows into lovely habits as easily as into ugly ones, and the moment a life begins to blossom into beautiful words and deeds, that moment a new standard of conduct is established, and your eager neighbors look to you for a continuous manifestation of the good cheer, the sympathy, the ready wit, the comradeship, or the inspiration, you once showed yourself capable of.
I love thought, Monsieur Zverkov; I love true comradeship, on an equal footing and not.
It is enough to say that there sprang up as much comradeship between us as our different habits would allow; and in Charles's rare holidays we went up the Saleve together, or took the boat to Vevay, while I listened dreamily to the monologues in which he unfolded his bold conceptions of future experiment and discovery.
During the next three weeks Newman saw Bellegarde several times, and without formally swearing an eternal friendship the two men established a sort of comradeship.
she exulted, slipping naturally into their old comradeship.
We had been friends, quite good friends; but never could I get beyond the same comradeship which I might have established with one of my fellow-reporters upon the Gazette,--perfectly frank, perfectly kindly, and perfectly unsexual.
There is at times a magic in identity of position; it is one of the things that have suggested to us eternal comradeship.
That would depend upon whether the germs of staunch comradeship underlay the temporary emotion, or whether it were a sensuous joy in her form only, with no substratum of everlastingness.