comradery




Comradery is the spirit of friendship and community in a group, like the comradery of soldiers at war who keep each other upbeat despite the difficulty of their circumstances.

Who is a comrade? A close friend or a fellow soldier — in other words, someone who comes to mind when you say, “We’re in this together.” Comradery reflects that same spirit: both words can be traced to the Spanish word comarada, meaning “chamber mate,” or roommate. Comradery is a feeling of trust, a bond created by a shared goal or experience — you don’t have to be best friends with everyone in the group to know you have their support.

Definitions of comradery
  1. noun

    the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability

    synonyms:
    camaraderie, chumminess, comradeliness, comradeship
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    type of:

    sociability, sociableness

    the relative tendency or disposition to be sociable or associate with one’s fellows

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