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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcomradeshipcom‧rade‧ship /ˈkɒmrədʃɪp, -reɪd- $ ˈkɑːmræd-/ noun [uncountable] formal  FRIENDfriendship and loyalty among people who work together, fight together etc It was the spirit of comradeship that made victory possible.
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comradeshipThe reader should remember that one of the great themes embodied in the novel is the idea of comradeship between human beings.Perhaps arising from the close personal comradeship of those war years was Basil's empathy with ordinary working folk.It needs you to sustain its welfare work and it can help you by providing comradeship and support.And there is less relaxed comradeship among members than there used to be.Perhaps his imagination was fuelled initially by the comradeship of a group and the creativity it could galvanise.Ishmael, however, welcomes the comradeship of all human beings.Pliny, who preserved the story, notes that their comradeship flourished for some years.But this comradeship turned to a strange reticence during the last few days of the journey.
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