a spirit of trust and goodwill among people closely associated in an activity or endeavor: Employees are being offered an opportunity to experience the camaraderie and encouragement that comes from being part of a fitness challenge team.
- Rarely com·rade·ry [kom-rad-ree, -rid-] /ˈkɒm ræd ri, -rɪd-/ .
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How to use camaraderie in a sentence
Finally, I want to thank you personally for the advice, love and camaraderie that you provided throughout the years.
Being bad in a group context, be it dodgeball or a massively multiplayer game, can create camaraderie.Playing bad can shape behavior, but not in the way you think | Erin Blakemore | September 28, 2020 | Popular-Science
When you start working in politics you have a West Wing–esque vision of what the workplace is going to be—fast talking, getting things done, full of camaraderie.Book recommendations from Fortune’s 40 under 40 in government and policy | Rachel King | September 10, 2020 | Fortune
People already run for all sorts of smart, rational, and ultimately boring reasons—stress management, weight loss, camaraderie.
The resulting camaraderie among players did help bridge those communities — but only to a point.Interfaith soccer teams eased Muslim-Christian tensions — to a point | Sujata Gupta | August 13, 2020 | Science News
And now, the show, the life, the camaraderie, is slowly but surely slipping away.
He enjoys the camaraderie of learning alongside other veterans.‘Degree Mills’ Are Exploiting Veterans and Making Millions Off the GI Bill | Aaron Glantz | June 28, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
However, with the band of Misfits there is a certain freedom and camaraderie.
I was looking for universal truths, like pride in military service, and the forever camaraderie of veterans.
This puts the International Olympic Committee, with all of its paeans to international brotherhood and camaraderie, in a bind.Why American Social Conservatives Love Anti-Gay Putin | James Kirchick | August 1, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
I was blind, indeed, and though I took pains to hide it, I was weakly hurt at this unconscious camaraderie with another.The Wasted Generation | Owen Johnson
Veuillez agrer, Monsieur le Marchal, l'expression de ma haute considration et mes sentiments de cordiale camaraderie.1914 | John French, Viscount of Ypres
His generous camaraderie seemed to warm Borrow to response, as indeed well it might.The Life of George Borrow | Herbert Jenkins
With the whole household, including servants, the great scientist is on terms of absolute good camaraderie.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 12 | Elbert Hubbard
Yet this union, based originally on mere policy and camaraderie, was eventually crowned with the most faithful of loves.Modernities | Horace Barnett Samuel
British Dictionary definitions for camaraderie
a spirit of familiarity and trust existing between friends
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