camaraderie

[ kah-muh-rah-duh-ree, -rad-uh-, kam-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF camaraderie

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There was a carelessness, a camaraderie among these people that was of the essence of humanity.

Chivalry and the camaraderie of class have begun to stir in him.

There was camaraderie in it, sympathy, a touch even of something confidential.

He had responded to the camaraderie of these Canadian chaps, and it had been good.

Nothing like the camaraderie, the show, the liquor, in Indian Creek.

I could hear no more; but it struck me that the two were on terms of camaraderie.

"Ripping," he answered, always so glad and proud of her camaraderie.

Camaraderie—yes, in her boyish way she would offer them that.

There ensues a scene of the most delicate gaiety and camaraderie.

In Syracuse and in Buffalo, too, there is more of a spirit of camaraderie.

WORD ORIGIN

1840, from French camaraderie, from camarade "comrade" (see comrade).

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