companionship

[ kuh m-pan-yuh n-ship ]SEE DEFINITION OF companionship

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPANIONSHIP

She had gone to him for some measure of the companionship she had missed in losing her father.

She would want his companionship and the stimulus of his mind, in hers.

The lamp, my boy, is meat and drink to me, and companionship and a joy unspeakable.

You might say that she relied on her father alone for companionship.

I thank him publicly for his companionship and his patriotism.

Perhaps he yearned for companionship and welcomed the sight of living things.

He had not learned to be dependent on his kind for companionship.

Food and fire, protection and companionship, were some of the things he received from the god.

He knew an overpowering desire for the protection and companionship of man.

She will let me take her away from the companionship that must be loathsome to her, in spite of her devotion.

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