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noun as in association or alliance

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They had the same egalitarian brotherhood of shared burdens and first names.

I achieved that unusual spirit of brotherhood with one Hindu man in particular.

Although we have been friends for a short time, a single meeting was enough to solidify this brotherhood for which I will be eternally grateful.

The International Brotherhood of Teamsters has voted to formalize a resolution to support, fund and supply resources to employees of Amazon in their unionization efforts.

As for the organization of these brotherhoods, the Templars and Hospitallers basically mirrored the institutions of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, with its command structure dominated by titles like senechal and marechal.

The Perfect Storm writer talks combat brotherhood and the threat posed by growing wealth inequality.

First the Muslim Brotherhood came to power only to be ousted by the Egyptian military.

The bonds of Phi Kappa Psi brotherhood were too strong to break.

The Egyptian government claims the group has links with the now outlawed Muslim Brotherhood.

In the wake of the coup, Muslim Brotherhood leaders were targeted for arrest.

It remained for Man to take the grand step of embracing all humanity as one brotherhood and one nation.

M. de Boisfrelon had been one of the "Brotherhood of Consolation."

She complained that a canting waterman who was one of the brotherhood had held forth against her at a meeting.

Iftikhar leaned, as he rode, and half whispered to Richard, "Do you know the brotherhood of the Ismaelians?"

Caste destroyed all ideas of human brotherhood; it robbed the soul of its affections and its aspirations.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to brotherhood, such as: fraternity, guild, alliance, camaraderie, clan, and community.

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