[ kom-rad-ship, -ruhd- ]
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  1. the state of being companions, associates, or friends, especially ones who share activities, an occupation, etc.:It was more than love or romance; it was about friendship, comradeship, and having a solid foundation for a lifelong relationship—and I loved reading about it.

  2. friendship inspired by shared experiences, especially negative or difficult ones:The film brings to vivid life the deadly beauty of the desert, the harsh environment, and the resulting strong bonds of comradeship and interdependence forged between the characters.

Origin of comradeship


Other words from comradeship

  • pre·com·rade·ship, noun

Words Nearby comradeship Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use comradeship in a sentence

  • A certain sense of comradeship and loyalty has been hard-wired since these women were young girls.

    The Ageist Attack on Hillary | Michael Tomasky | July 1, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • Their perfect comradeship would prove a mutual inspiration, a source of increased strength.

    Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist | Alexander Berkman
  • Within the twelvemonth I became her worshiper; and ours was the dearest and perfectest comradeship that ever was.

  • There had been their intimate comradeship in the savagery (from my point of view) of the last few months.

    Jaffery | William J. Locke
  • He realized how strong must be the sense of comradeship in Mr. Cornelius to break through his habits of tenacious secrecy.

    The Woman Gives | Owen Johnson
  • Mother Bab was thinking of her boy and Phœbe, of their gay comradeship.

    Patchwork | Anna Balmer Myers