good-fellowship

good-fel·low·ship

(go͝od′fĕl′ō-shĭp′)
n.
Pleasant sociability; comradeship.
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good′-fel′lowship



n.
pleasant, convivial spirit; comradeship.
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References in classic literature ?
It was contrary to custom and common sense, and while it emphasized good-fellowship, nevertheless, in the name of good-fellowship it must cease.
Charles Darnay--as was natural--asked him, in all good-humour and good-fellowship, what he did mean?
But the season touched him with gentle feeling, and he hated the thought of Strickland spending Christmas Day by himself; he ascribed his own emotions to him, and could not bear that on an occasion given up to good-fellowship the lonely painter should be abandoned to his own melancholy.