Examples of brotherhood in a Sentence
they're a brotherhood of retired war veterans
a family that has been part of the brotherhood of police officers for four generations
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Another section of the work, which has its local debut in Montclair State University’s Peak Performances series Feb. 1-4, features a sequence of playful brotherhood for two men.
At different times this season five A&M players have been suspended, creating issues with rotation continuity and chemistry, while Davis has continued preaching accountability and brotherhood.
Presenting them in production numbers designed as celebrations of brotherhood is Condon’s own, obvious condescension.
The idea is to come together as a team and celebrate a time that is supposed to be about peace and brotherhood and sisterhood.
The century-old Charlotte brotherhood known as The Good Fellows set an attendance record Wednesday, when members of the all-male club gathered to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for Charlotte’s neediest families.
Another layer to the meta-ness is that the film, about a brotherhood of sorts, features the Franco siblings as co-stars for the first time.
These boys share an incredible brotherhood on and off the football field.
Episode 3: Stories about our 20s - A man explores brotherhood and revenge through sports.
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Synonymsboard, association, chamber, club, college, congress, consortium, council, fellowship, fraternity, guild (also gild), institute, institution, league, order, organization, society, sodality
Antonymsill will, malevolence, venom
Related Wordscollective, commune, community, cooperative; alliance, bloc, camp, coalition, partnership; body, cadre, group; circle, clan, clique, coterie, junta, junto, klatch (also klatsch), lot, set; crew, outfit, party, squad, team; branch, chapter, local; faithful, fold, membership; sisterhood, sorority; cabal, camarilla, camorra, confederacy, conspiracy; band, gang, ring; cartel, combine, syndicate
Near Antonymsforlornness, loneliness, lonesomeness
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