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comradery

[kom-rad-ree, -rid-] /ˈkɒm ræd ri, -rɪd-/
noun
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  • Racing, tech sessions, cook outs and that good old comradery with new and old friends with the same interests.
  • He is known for his ability to recognize many possibilities inherent in a situation and to generate trust and comradery.
  • Such events help to promote comradery among the members.
  • As always, the conference will provide comradery and fellowship, as well as an opportunity to share ideas.
  • The atmosphere is one of comradery with everyone looking out for the kids and each other.
  • Tell me about that comradery that you no doubt experienced.
Word Origin and History for comradery
n.

1879, an attempt to nativize camaraderie.

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