Throughout the debate, Republicans never lost their esprit de corps.
Pride exists only among people who know each other well, who have esprit de corps, and company spirit.
That was something like good comradeship and esprit de corps.
His sense of honour was not, therefore, sustained by tradition or stimulated by esprit de corps.
There was likewise an "esprit de corps," a high tone of feeling among them, producing a moral force not easily to be overcome.
At this rebuke I made a successful effort to restrain myself, although my esprit de corps nearly choked me.
I believe they have as much of the esprit de corps as other men.
Retail dealers in local markets are often able to keep a close adherence to a rigid scale by the pure force of esprit de corps.
He must get the esprit de corps on his side: he must have literary bail in readiness.
Women have not to begin with the esprit de corps which the most ordinary men possess.
The feeling of camaraderie among members of a group or an organization: “The campers have been together for only one week, but they are already bound by a strong esprit de corps.” From French, meaning “group spirit.”