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[ UK /kəmpˈæni‍ənʃˌɪp/ ]
[ US /kəmˈpænjənˌʃɪp/ ]
  1. the state of being with someone
    he enjoyed the society of his friends
    he missed their company
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How To Use companionship In A Sentence

  • She provides love, companionship and entertainment, and brings so much happiness to my life.
  • Could it be -- and the sudden thought stung him to the quick -- that she was deliberately and consciously degrading herself to what she knew was a lower plane of thought and life, that the bond of their older companionship might still remain unsevered? Phantom Wires A Novel
  • The pulse of war that beat from the West suggested the companionship of battling thousands; here was naught but silence, and himself, and possible death-dealing bullets from a myriad ambushes. War
  • Her plea for companionship appeared in the Manchester Weekly Journal in 1727.
  • The most important part of a relationship is companionship. Times, Sunday Times
  • Companionship of the same kind was therefore required for him, for he was not intended to be an isolated being.
  • John's "cousinship" afforded an excellent basis for informal companionship, and Clementine gave it full prominence. Winter Evening Tales
  • Really, I think I should have strangled the man if forced to endure his companionship aboard a small vessel!
  • Because of their affectionate and sensitive nature they are used for riding and companionship programmes.
  • Suffering and death and all ugliness were forgotten in congenial and healthful companionship. Love and Life Behind the Purdah
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