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.
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.
- pre·com·rade·ship, noun
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How to use comradeship in a sentence
A certain sense of comradeship and loyalty has been hard-wired since these women were young girls.
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.A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Complete | Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
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