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comradery

comradery

noun com·rad·ery \ˈkäm-ˌra-d(ə-)rē, -rə-drē, -ˌrā-d(ə-)rē\

Definition of COMRADERY

Examples of COMRADERY

  1. <the special comradery that exists between soldiers that have experienced the crucible of combat together>

Origin of COMRADERY

(see camaraderie)
First Known Use: 1879

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