Origin of fraternal
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How to use fraternal in a sentence
Logan organized members of the Grand Army of the Republic, a fraternal group of Union veterans, to stand watch in the area.The war secretary who barricaded himself in his office during an impeachment trial|Ronald G. Shafer|January 26, 2021|Washington Post
I love him and respect him, but as in many fraternal relationships, there are ancient issues, unresolved.Gene Weingarten: This hot sauce is a killer|Gene Weingarten|January 21, 2021|Washington Post
Mr. Bryany's finger approached Edward Henry's on the plan, and the clouds from their cigarettes fraternally mingled.The Regent|E. Arnold Bennett
However, I take the chance of finding at least one of you alive, and address you fraternally as a companion in distress.Us and the Bottleman|Edith Ballinger Price
Fraternally he is connected with the Masons, although of late years he has not been active in lodge work.
Fraternally he is identified with the Woodmen of the World, while in religious faith both he and his wife are Lutherans.
Fraternally he belongs to the Woodmen of the World and has many friends within and without that organization.