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/kaməˈraːt; English ˈkæməˌrɑːd/
sentence substitute
a shout of surrender, used by German soldiers
Word Origin
German: comrade
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  • I shall be treated to tears in a minute and in no time it will be "kamerad!"

    The Paliser case Edgar Saltus
  • Hands were being raised and cries of "kamerad" heard from every side.

    The Greater Love

    George T. McCarthy
  • "You should look where you are going, kamerad," said the man.

  • No further word was exchanged just then except for a repetition of my "kamerad."

  • He wound up with a repetition of his inquiring, kamerad, eh?

    Grapes of wrath Boyd Cable
  • Yes, Germany will speak the last word in the war, and that last word will be kamerad!

  • When they call it with their lying tongues I shout them back ‘kamerad to hell!’

    Leerie Ruth Sawyer
  • These were not the kind of men to put up their hands and cry "kamerad, mercy!"

    The Irish on the Somme Michael MacDonagh
  • I don't suppose he understood a word of what I said, but he clung to me, crying, 'kamerad!

    The Irish on the Somme Michael MacDonagh
  • It was, I felt, infinitely preferable to any guttural and cowardly "kamerad!"

    Jungle Peace William Beebe

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