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Word: camaraderie

Definition: good-fellowship; CF. comrade


Sentences Containing 'camaraderie'

Barney misinterprets their camaraderie for sexual chemistry, and takes his clothes off in a failed attempt to seduce Robin.
In fact, I would say that what they were seeing was genuine rapport and a real camaraderie.
Musashi and Kojirō develop a bizarre camaraderie, in which Musashi seems to revere Kojirō more than any other swordsman he has met to date.
Ottoman losses were so severe that a truce was organised by Aubrey Herbert and others on 24 May, to bury the dead lying in no man's land, which led to a camaraderie between the armies, much like the Christmas truce of 1914 on the Western Front.
The Fellowship includes a full tuition scholarship to one of MƒA New York’s partner university, the opportunity to earn New York State Teaching Certification and a New York City teacher’s salary, a stipend of $100,000 over five years in addition to the teaching salary, mentoring and professional development services, and camaraderie with a group of teachers who know and love math.
When the band convened to resume recording in late 1966, there was still a camaraderie and desire to collaborate as musicians.

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