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companionship

companionship

noun com·pan·ion·ship \kəm-ˈpan-yən-ˌship\

: the good feeling that comes from being with someone else

Full Definition of COMPANIONSHIP

:  the fellowship existing among companions :  company

Examples of COMPANIONSHIP

  1. <the widow's pet cats provided her with her only companionship>

First Known Use of COMPANIONSHIP

1548

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