comradeliness


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Noun1.comradeliness - the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability
sociability, sociableness - the relative tendency or disposition to be sociable or associate with one's fellows
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He never responded to more than one encore, which was always "Home, Sweet Home." After that, while the audience clapped and stamped its approval and delight of the dog Caruso, Jacob Henderson would appear on the stage, bowing and smiling in stereotyped gladness and gratefulness, rest his right hand on Michael's shoulders with a play-acted assumption of comradeliness, whereupon both Henderson and Michael would bow ere the final curtain went down.
Instead, she amazed him with her simplicity and wholesomeness, with her great store of comradeliness. This latter was the unexpected.
As Mandelson's daily drip of poison spilled out from newspaper pages - to Tory glee - Gordon Brown's former right-hand man Balls told Coventry voters: "If people have to write their memoirs, they should do it with a little more comradeliness.