Simpson and his compadre Erskine Bowles proposed raising the retirement age to 69 by 2075.
Before going home, however, he went to the house of his compadre and comadre,2 and related to them what he had found.
The emissary and compadre of Hernandez spurred his horse close up.
They reverence their parents, they honor their patron, and love their compadre.
And, if we are wise, we will profit by it––will we not, compadre?
The compadre shook his digit, and observed that drinking nectar sometimes made people sick.
My compadre does not think of that, but our followers may be wondering greatly, and I would speak for them to you.
"I just wanted to be sure, compadre," and he turned and dropped back into the garden.
It was in this way that my compadre discovered the colony from which the one given to me was taken.
Ah, well, it is no matter; I was speaking of the boy and his father and myself, the compadre.