camaraderie

[kah-muh-rah-duh-ree, -rad-uh-, kam-uh-]
noun
comradeship; good-fellowship.

Origin:
1830–40; < French, equivalent to camarade comrade + -erie -ery


conviviality, bonhomie, brotherhood.
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camaraderie (ˌkæməˈrɑːdərɪ)
 
n
a spirit of familiarity and trust existing between friends
 
[C19: from French, from comrade]

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camaraderie
1840, from Fr. camaraderie, from camarade "comrade" (see comrade).
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Example sentences
Working for a common cause, Haney says, fosters a high degree of camaraderie in
  the office.
Voicke had agreed to stage the off-site in the hope it would forge camaraderie.
Women join skating teams for camaraderie and exercise, but it's the tight-knit
  support system that keeps them coming back.
Cullinan says she misses the camaraderie she once shared with her departmental
  colleagues.
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