fellowly

fellowly

(ˈfɛləʊlɪ)
adj
friendly, sociable, companionable
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fel•low•ly

(ˈfɛl oʊ li)

adj.
1. sociable or friendly.
adv.
2. in a sociable or friendly manner.
[1175–1225]
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In the last scene, Prospero releases his enemies and comes to his more inter-dependent and embodied end via a similarly "beating mind" and an expression of fluid compassion for Gonzalo: "Mine eyes, ev'n sociable to the show of thine, / Fall fellowly drops.
I want it to rip through the heavy smog of fellowly liberalism, togetherness, etc.
But when he spoke to Gonzalo about "fellowly drops," he shed no tears, merely mentioned them.