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[mass noun] The company and friendship of others with common aims:‘his greatest joy came from comradeship with others in the team’
camaraderie, friendship, companionship, fellowship, good fellowship, brotherliness, brotherhood, sisterhood, closeness, affinity, togetherness, solidarity, mutual supportteam spiritesprit de corpsView synonyms
- ‘He was drafted into the army in 1943 and as the army was segregated, he formed a tight comradeship with his fellow soldiers through music.’
- ‘However, friends provided warmth and comradeship, and it was these ‘friendships’ that delivered the first blow.’
- ‘Their entire starting 15 were drawn from the Burt club and the sense of togetherness and comradeship was evident throughout the encounter.’
- ‘But there has always been the continuous high of the friendship and comradeship shared with fellow firefighters.’
- ‘He added that a good headquarters was needed for this, so that the necessary ‘social amenities, comradeship and team spirit’ could be built up.’
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