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camaraderie

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcamaraderiecam‧a‧ra‧de‧rie /ˌkæməˈrɑːdəri $ -ˈræ-, -ˈrɑː-/ noun [uncountable]  FRIENDLYa feeling of friendship that a group of people have, especially when they work together the camaraderie of the women’s basketball team
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camaraderieShe would have instant friends, instant camaraderie and the chance to travel.Of course, physical contact is not the only evidence of camaraderie.There was a lot of camaraderie and respect there.But the main and most pleasant surprise was the sense of camaraderie among climbers in the Alps.He warily gazed around at his detractors, fully aware that any slim camaraderie they shared was likely to smolder as well.That team camaraderie is probably why I had played basketball so long.I enjoy the camaraderie among the team.She had enjoyed the camaraderie of colleagues, and the mild flirtation which often underlay it.In particular, Haslam found the camaraderie he experienced working alongside mineworkers extremely rewarding.
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