As to what that loss meant we have the testimony of his chief and comrade-in-arms.
He was known as Verbeck's valet, but he was a comrade-in-arms in reality.
The unexpected interference of their comrade-in-arms, coupled with his address and that of Jacques, had excited their curiosity.
Ya-Bon, first his comrade-in-arms and then his orderly, was as devoted to him as a dog.
And at that, Sam felt a powerful impulse to do violence upon the person of his comrade-in-arms.
The sister of his comrade-in-arms was a precious trust in his hands, and he must not fail.
Bisset cleft the Saracen's skull to the teeth, and laughed defiantly as he avenged the fall of his comrade-in-arms.
The bearer of this letter is my old friend and comrade-in-arms, Henry Allen, who is coming East on an important matter.
Of all these famous captains—and, moreover, of Francis of Angoulême himself—Richard was a comrade-in-arms and familiar friend.