- comradeship; good-fellowship.
Origin of camaraderie
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Examples from the Web for camaraderie
And now, the show, the life, the camaraderie, is slowly but surely slipping away.Paul Shaffer's Life With Letterman
August 29, 2014
He enjoys the camaraderie of learning alongside other veterans.‘Degree Mills’ Are Exploiting Veterans and Making Millions Off the GI Bill
June 28, 2014
However, with the band of Misfits there is a certain freedom and camaraderie.Christmas Misfits Unite
Dr. Michelle K. London
December 24, 2013
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
August 1, 2013
William was recently filmed on active duty, and clearly loves his job and the camaraderie that being part of a team offers.Is The Real Reason William is Quitting Flying His New American Boss?
March 29, 2013
There was a carelessness, a camaraderie among these people that was of the essence of humanity.A Spirit in Prison
Chivalry and the camaraderie of class have begun to stir in him.The Fugitive (Third Series Plays)
There was camaraderie in it, sympathy, a touch even of something confidential.Despair's Last Journey
David Christie Murray
He had responded to the camaraderie of these Canadian chaps, and it had been good.Where the Souls of Men are Calling
Nothing like the camaraderie, the show, the liquor, in Indian Creek.Gladiator
- a spirit of familiarity and trust existing between friends
Word Origin and History for camaraderie
1840, from French camaraderie, from camarade "comrade" (see comrade).