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comradeship

Syllabification: com·rade·ship
Pronunciation: /ˈkämˌradˌSHip
 
, ˈkämrədˌSHip
 
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Definition of comradeship in English:

noun

The company and friendship of others with common aims: his greatest joy came from comradeship with others in the team
More example sentences
  • But there has always been the continuous high of the friendship and comradeship shared with fellow firefighters.
  • However, friends provided warmth and comradeship, and it was these ‘friendships’ that delivered the first blow.
  • He added that a good headquarters was needed for this, so that the necessary ‘social amenities, comradeship and team spirit’ could be built up.

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