camaraderie


ca·ma·ra·de·rie

noun \ˌkäm-ˈrä-d(ə-)rē, ˌkam-, ˌkä-mə-, ˌka-, -ˈra-\

: a feeling of good friendship among the people in a group

Full Definition of CAMARADERIE

:  a spirit of friendly good-fellowship

Examples of CAMARADERIE

  1. There is great camaraderie among the teammates.
  2. They have developed a real camaraderie after working together for so long.
  3. It is about the camaraderie of troops bound for Vietnam who as their leader warns, have one another and nothing but one another when they fall into hell. —Stanley Kauffmann, New Republic, 25 Mar. 2002

Origin of CAMARADERIE

French, from camarade comrade
First Known Use: 1840

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