camaraderie vs comradery

camaraderie comradery

Definitions

  • 1) Close friendship in a group of friends or teammates.
  • 2) A spirit of familiarity and closeness
  • 3) Goodwill and lighthearted rapport between or among friends; comradeship.
  • 4) Comradeship and loyalty.
  • 5) the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability
  • 6) Companionship; good-fellowship; intimacy.

Definitions

  • 1) rare camaraderie
  • 2) rare camaraderie
  • 3) Camaraderie; comradeship.
  • 4) rare The spirit of comradeship; comradeship.
  • 5) rare The spirit of comradeship; comradeship.
  • 6) the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability
  • 7) The state or feeling of being a comrade; intimate companionship; cordial fellowship.

Examples

  • 1) There's a great camaraderie around the group.
  • 2) She enjoyed the camaraderie of the theatre where she was admired and much loved.
  • 3) There is a great camaraderie and workers often sing songs to pass the time of day.
  • 4) The feeling of camaraderie in these groups was different to others.
  • 5) It was great sportsmanship and camaraderie and we are still friends.
  • 6) But none had the camaraderie of this group.
  • 7) It was a fun journey with great camaraderie.
  • 8) Great camaraderie between police and fans.
  • 9) They miss the camaraderie, the sense of a club.
  • 10) The friendship and camaraderie within the squad has been a wonderful legacy and endured for 44 years.
  • 11) It was a tough, demanding existence but he enjoyed the camaraderie.
  • 12) There is great camaraderie, a communal love of gardening and a common goal.
  • 13) There's a great sense of camaraderie.
  • 14) I miss the camaraderie of rugby the most.
  • 15) I also really miss the camaraderie and the friendships.
  • 16) I do miss the camaraderie of the kind of people you'd meet in these places.
  • 17) He said: 'I forced myself to enjoy the camaraderie.
  • 18) He Just missed the camaraderie.
  • 19) Some time ago, we shared our reactions to the Olympic games and the phenomenal camaraderie of the male gymnasts.
  • 20) It’s a black humor, but that desperate laughter and camaraderie is often what makes the jobs bearable and keeps us there, and I suppose that was something I wanted to both celebrate and lament.
  • 21) Most of al, it signifies my love of an art that puts us in the shoes of men long gone, and earns my place in the community of like-minded men and women; the robust camaraderie is an important part of my life.
  • 22) The encouragement, critique and camaraderie is something which is really important to me.
  • 23) That sense of fun and camaraderie is also one of the reasons Stargate Atlantis is about to hit its 100th episode.
  • 24) And so I think some of that sense of fun and camaraderie translates to the screen.
  • 25) Good friends and camaraderie is what it really is about.
  • 26) ‘The last few days and nights are a good indication of team spirit and camaraderie among the teams.’
  • 27) ‘Is this the inevitable camaraderie among smart people in a small country?’
  • 28) ‘You get a real sense of camaraderie among the group when you win interstate.’
  • 29) ‘I also agree that there's an incredible amount of camaraderie among fencers.’
  • 30) ‘There has indeed always been a strong sense of camaraderie among the marshals.’
  • 31) ‘Maybe Ryan put his finger on the reason for this camaraderie and friendship.’
  • 32) ‘That these grievances are being aired speaks much about the erosion of trust and camaraderie.’
  • 33) ‘Expect plenty of handshaking, pictures of camaraderie and announcements of friendships.’
  • 34) ‘The impression he gives is of a sport with an enviable sense of togetherness and camaraderie.’
  • 35) ‘It is also true that she exhibited very little camaraderie with fellow cast members.’
  • 36) ‘The principle aim is to promote outdoor activities and social camaraderie for retired people.’
  • 37) ‘There is a lot of talk about team spirit and camaraderie but I think we showed plenty of that.’
  • 38) ‘It is an ideal pastime, an opportunity to socialise and make new friends in a spirit of camaraderie.’
  • 39) ‘It is very good for their education, working together and creating social skills and camaraderie.’
  • 40) ‘The camaraderie is great and you get to go on exercises like this.’
  • 41) ‘I savoured the warm ambient atmosphere where camaraderie and warm humour reigned.’
  • 42) ‘Grant also believes the side could be benefiting from the current camaraderie between the members of the back line.’
  • 43) ‘And it certainly appeared that way, with no shortage of banter and camaraderie.’
  • 44) ‘Our camaraderie and patriotic attitude did not evaporate along with the smoke.’
  • 45) ‘There's a good deal of camaraderie in this race, and a good deal of joking too.’
  • 46) a special camaraderie existed between the team members

Examples

  • 1) They needed to get that lovely feeling of comradery.
  • 2) Don't you think, given the kind of comradery that men under arms have, if they were together at any point, somebody would have said, I remember George Bush, kind of a frat boy, liked to snort the coke, whatever it was, or didn't.
  • 3) But it was an intimate kitchen, with close quarters, and as far as I was concerned, the comradery was all the better.
  • 4) But the comradery wasn't total: Flug's findings for Kennedy led directly to creation of the Senate Watergate Committee, also known as the Ervin Committee.
  • 5) It isn't just the hunt, it is the comradery, the thrill, the sharing of the stories.
  • 6) Apparently he loved the comradery of religious cult members?
  • 7) You still share in the comradery, the stories and the celebration of the harvest.
  • 8) ‘She'll often use the tu word, instead of the formal vous, which suggests immediately comradery.’
  • 9) ‘The architects rebuilding the Stoddard place enjoy great comradery between them.’
  • 10) ‘The overall picture of enthusiastic male comradery is quite strong.’
  • 11) ‘I knew this would be good for creating a sense of comradery!’
  • 12) ‘Although the two had never met before they showed true Scouting comradery and really appreciated each other on the 26-mile course.’
  • 13) ‘Tom gave them a couple beeps of the horn as we went past, an acknowledgement of the comradery.’
  • 14) ‘I can't find this kind of comradery with the fans of other popular sports.’
  • 15) ‘There was smiling and greeting and comradery all around as people milled around to see who else was there.’
  • 16) ‘There is a depth and feeling of comradery which can see the tiny island nation genuinely compete on the world stage … and at both Test and one-day level.’
  • 17) ‘Some teams even take their comradery off the field and hang out together.’
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