camaraderie camaraderie  /ˌkɑ mə ˈrɑ də ri/

Definition(s):

  • (n) the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability

Usage(s):

  • All of the men in my platoon would eventually and unequivocally develop a sense of real camaraderie and friendship.

News

  1. Batsula on cue early

    Beginning at a university mid-year as a tennis player means being thrust immediately into the season. One week into the semester, matches are under way. Preparation is minimal since the team spends the entire fall getting ready. And the team has already established camaraderie and companionships.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: East Tennessean

  2. Seahawks coach Carroll reportedly asks Army vet about 9/11 conspiracy theories

    The camaraderie and hard-hitting tackles of football make it a favorite sport for many members of the military. J.J. Watt and the NFL as a whole are always looking for ways to pay respect to members of the armed forces. But when a retired Army veteran visited with Seahawks coach Pete Carroll things became uncomfortable according to Jack Dickey at Deadspin. Charlie Chiarelli, a former Army vice ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Houston Chronicle

  3. Strength and camaraderie is main focus of Colts' football summer program

    SILVER CITY - The Silver High football team is working on building strength and camaraderie as the summer progresses. The Fighting Colts are putting in three hours a day Monday through Thursday in order to get this accomplished.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Silver City Sun-News

Quotes

  1. "War changes people," says John Driscoll, vice-president for operations and programs at the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans. "Your trust in people is strained. You've been separated from loved ones and friends. The camaraderie...
    on Dec 2, 2005 By: John Driscoll Source: 940 News

  2. "Soccer is truly the world's sport, and the World Cup promotes camaraderie and friendly competition across the globe," Obama added in the letter, a part of which was released to The New York Times by the United States Soccer Federation with...
    on Apr 14, 2009 By: Barack Obama Source: New York Times

  3. "My decision to retire from professional hockey is something that I have been considering for some time, and did not come easily," Lindros said. "I will miss the day-to-day activity of being a member of a team, and the camaraderie that I...
    on Nov 8, 2007 By: Eric Lindros Source: New York Times

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