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noun as in fellow member of team

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But when Ron looks into the mirror, he sees himself being carried on the shoulders of his teammates, the hero who won the game.

Seven players were arrested at a high school for raping their teammates.

Cook and his teammates, like most high major college football players, eat much healthier foods than their predecessors.

His teammates go further, doubting whether anybody fathoms the consistently contradictory Palmer--least of all Palmer.

The Baltimore Raven was indefinitely suspended but even one of his teammates suited up after punching a girlfriend in the neck.

Then he saw the faces of his own teammates and knew what they, in their frenzy, expected from him.

Apparently, he disagreed with his teammates about some matter, for his voice rose in sharp protest.

Following his teammates to the dressing room, the boy showered and scrambled into street clothes.

Dan heard the groans of dismay from his teammates and instinctively increased the tempo of his thrashing legs.

He was flesh of one flesh, bone of one bone with his teammates.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to teammates, such as: colleague, partner, collaborator, and ally.

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