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How to use confrere in a sentence

A medical jury might render the verdict: Served him right for intriguing against his confrere.
CONTINENTAL MONTHLY, VOL. 4, NO 3, SEPTEMBER 1863VARIOUS
Perhaps some confrere 'll lind th' distinguished gazabo a copy iv his Ollendorff.
MR. DOOLEY: IN THE HEARTS OF HIS COUNTRYMENFINLEY PETER DUNNE
M. Max was almost as interested as his English confrere, and readily promised to have the French end of the affair investigated.
THE PIT PROP SYNDICATEFREEMAN WILLS CROFTS
He did not lose himself in idle words, the young 'confrere', any more than in useless details.
CONSCIENCE, COMPLETEHECTOR MALOT
Some one has warned him—an enemy of the Countess, a confrere of Maitland.
COSMOPOLIS, COMPLETEPAUL BOURGET
Before a 'confrere' she was certain he would not ask her dangerous questions.
CONSCIENCE, COMPLETEHECTOR MALOT
His confrere, who had preceded him here, sat enviously at one of the minor tables.
DUST OF NEW YORKKONRAD BERCOVICI
Like his confrere, he remained upon the Bench until he died, which was in extreme old age.
THE MEMORIES OF FIFTY YEARSWILLIAM H. SPARKS
When darkness falls he is condemned to the same helplessness as his confrere in the waters below.
AEROPLANES AND DIRIGIBLES OF WARFREDERICK A. TALBOT
The cadaverous one jotted down something in a pocket-book, and exchanged a few words with his confrere.
A LIVELY BIT OF THE FRONTPERCY F. WESTERMAN
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO CONFRERE

  • assistants
  • associates
  • cohorts
  • companions
  • compeers
  • comrades
  • concomitants
  • confreres
  • consorts
  • coordinates
  • counterparts
  • coworkers
  • doubles
  • duplicates
  • equals
  • instructors
  • lecturers
  • matches
  • mates
  • members
  • partners
  • peers
  • professors
  • reciprocals
  • twins
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