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Jones intended to come clean and tell his comrades he’d been guiding the glass himself, having memorized the positions of the let­ters long before.

Simard and her comrades faced hordes of mosquitoes, cold rain, wolves and prowling grizzlies.

The idea that they risked their lives transporting arms, passing messages or sheltering their comrades in the Resistance was not considered possible, much less the horrors they had been subjected to upon their arrest and deportation.

From Time

A man may be a comrade or a companion on a journey for a woman, but he is no longer an ending.

From Time

In 1965, all of Davis’ Army Special Forces comrades were shot by counterattacking North Vietnamese troops, leaving him leading South Vietnamese volunteers while rescuing the wounded.

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Johnson heard officers around him screaming to their comrade.

“A steadfast soldier of the law,” Felsman had said of his friend and comrade.

In another series, drafting a fantasy football team by the side of a fallen comrade could be sentimental, even borderline maudlin.

Their fourth comrade, left behind at the cemetery, attempted scaling a fence and wound up in the hospital the next day.

Antonios, like his comrade in arms Martin Ssempa in Uganda, has called for the death penalty.

At Wagram, when all seemed lost, Napoleon called on his old comrade to sacrifice himself with his cavalry.

You baito where you are,” he commanded, bidding a comrade summon an officer, “or somebody who can talk the lingo.

So, much to their chagrin, the guerrillas gave up the chase and went to attend to their dead comrade.

They were utterly unreliable, yet their tale-bearing in Delhi might bring instant disaster to Malcolm and his native comrade.

"The time will come," said Winston dryly, to hide what he felt, for his comrade's simple avowal had been wonderfully eloquent.


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to comrade, such as: buddy, colleague, companion, compatriot, confidant, and co-worker.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.