Origin of collegial
OTHER WORDS FROM collegialcol·le·gi·al·ly, adverbsub·col·le·gi·al, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH collegialcollegial , collegiate
How to use collegial in a sentence
In 2020, Return Day wasn’t held because of covid-19, but it might have been harder for both sides to bury the hatchet because ugly politics has managed to infect even collegial Delaware.
Until 20 years ago, power in the British capital was wielded collegially, by an elected council.
Rice says she works “very collegially” with the State Department.U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice’s Blunt Style Unusual, But Effective on Libya|Eleanor Clift|January 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST