confrere[ kon-frair ]SEE DEFINITION OF confrere
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONFRERE
It was a magnificent specimen, and exactly like its European confrere.
Some one has warned him—an enemy of the Countess, a confrere of Maitland.
Before a 'confrere' she was certain he would not ask her dangerous questions.
His confrere, who had preceded him here, sat enviously at one of the minor tables.
Our confrere Ruhlmann, of the Elektrotechnische Zeitschrift, gives a still more remarkable example yet of such confusion.
It is also written to uphold the reputation of the Western conjuror against the spurious ascendancy held by his Eastern confrere.
It was only when the supercargo was planning some especial piece of villainy that he addressed his confrere by his Christian name.
When Perrotte died he and M. Revault, his confrere, thought the cause of death would be seen as poison in an autopsy.
Dr Revault, confrere of Guyot, regretted the failure to perform a post-mortem on the body of Perrotte.
The cadaverous one jotted down something in a pocket-book, and exchanged a few words with his confrere.