- a member of the same team.
Origin of teammate
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Examples from the Web for teammates
But when Ron looks into the mirror, he sees himself being carried on the shoulders of his teammates, the hero who won the game.During Advent, Lots of Waiting, But Not Enough Hope
December 7, 2014
Seven players were arrested at a high school for raping their teammates.The Violent Side of Friday Night Lights
October 18, 2014
Cook and his teammates, like most high major college football players, eat much healthier foods than their predecessors.College Football Fattens Players Up and Then Abandons Them
October 4, 2014
His teammates go further, doubting whether anybody fathoms the consistently contradictory Palmer--least of all Palmer.Will the Real Jim Palmer Please Stand Up
September 27, 2014
The Baltimore Raven was indefinitely suspended but even one of his teammates suited up after punching a girlfriend in the neck.The NFL Is Full of Ray Rices
September 9, 2014
Then he saw the faces of his own teammates and knew what they, in their frenzy, expected from him.The Varmint
Mr. Hatfield invited Pat and his teammates to join the other boys.
Assured of victory, Pat and his teammates were playing a delaying game.
He looped a ball through the basket, and called to his teammates.
What McRae and Robbie and his teammates thought of him they told him publicly.Baseball Joe, Captain of the Team
Word Origin and History for teammates
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