[ UK /kˈɒmɹe‍ɪdʃˌɪp/ ]
  1. the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability
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How To Use comradeship In A Sentence

  • The submariners say it was only the comradeship which enabled crews to endure the wretched conditions.
  • It was the spirit of comradeship that made victory possible.
  • This sense of comradeship is never stronger than during the hardships and perplexities of Twenty Years at Hull-House, With Autobiographical Notes
  • The workplace no longer values the masculine attributes of strength, forbearance, comradeship and determination.
  • He planned to get them away in the dark of night, have them at a safe distance by morning, and then, at his leisure, drive them to a southern market and bring back to the Black Colonel what he got for them, less his own expenditure on victuals and drink, and the due entertaining of other gentlemen of the same kidney, met on the road, because its comradeship had to be justly handselled. The Black Colonel
  • Their entire starting 15 were drawn from the Burt club and the sense of togetherness and comradeship was evident throughout the encounter.
  • Out of this struggle grew the idea of comradeship and, out of that, grew a way of life that find a depoliticised family resemblance in the forms of neighbourhood that still exist in contemporary Beijing. It's (nearly) Beijing Time
  • Perhaps arising from the close personal comradeship of those war years was Basil's empathy with ordinary working folk.
  • I use the word comradeship advisedly because we have interests that are indubitably kindred. Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the Twelfth Annual Meeting Lancaster, Pennsylvania, October 6 and 7, 1921
  • Is it not chiefly because they upheld the principle of serving the people, established exemplary relations with the people through sacrificing their own interests, crated inside the armed forces a comradeship that brought the initiative of junior officers and the rank and file into full play, relied on the masses, analyzed the experience of each battle, and from battle to battle made continuous progress, both strategic and tactical?
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