comradeship comradeship


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


  • AAotW Louis Michelon & Austin Schoenmann

    MEDFORD, Ore. – The North Medford boys soccer team is fighting for its second consecutive league title. Head coach Michael Belzberg says its because of the family atmosphere created by his team. “It makes more comradeship,”said Belzberg. “Guys are high-fiving. They’re just shaking hands. They have this special handshake. You can’t really teach that. You can … Continue reading »
    on October 18, 2013     Source: NewsWatch 12 Medford - Klamath Falls


  1. Offering a toast at a White House dinner on Wednesday, Charles recalled the "selfless service" of personnel in that war as "a measure of the commitment, courage and comradeship of our two great nations."
    on Nov 4, 2005 By: Prince Charles Source: USA Today

  2. "Buck is a great role model as a New Zealander, as an All Black, and as a member of the defence force family," Lt Gen Mateparae said. "Buck consistently reflects the New Zealand defence force values of courage, comradeship, commitment and...
    on Aug 5, 2009 By: Jerry Mateparae Source: New Zealand Herald

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repudiate repudiate
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