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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Much in common had these two beings; more closely than ever was their comradery cemented that day.
BEN BLAIRWILL LILLIBRIDGE
The careless comradery of childhood was mysteriously changed into a complete companionship.
On her face was that expression of complete and understanding comradery which one child chum may show another.
IN OLD KENTUCKYEDWARD MARSHALL AND CHARLES T. DAZEY
Godolphin was very cordial, deferentially cordial, with a delicate vein of reminiscent comradery running through his manner.
THE STORY OF A PLAYW. D. HOWELLS
The next instant she resented this new feeling of reserve that seemed to rise up and wipe out all their years of early comradery.
“I see the question was superfluous,” and Ichabod likewise smiled in genial comradery.
They were used to being treated in the jocular way of street comradery.
MY WONDERFUL VISITCHARLIE CHAPLIN
The result is that there is a great deal of comradery and plain speaking.
LIFE ON A MEDIAEVAL BARONYWILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
"Mrs. Colonel now, but Dick always," said the lady, with immediate comradery.
APRIL HOPESWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
She did not make friends readily, but the comradery of cooking induced her to more than tolerate me.

WORDS RELATED TO COMRADERY

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