Similar words: parade, charade, grader, trade, grade, abrade, degrade, paradox. Meaning: [‚kæmə'rɑːdərɪ] n. the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability.
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1. The camaraderie among fellow employees made the tedious work just bearable.
2. The camaraderie was a psychic lifesaver.
3. It is camaraderie on the most ordinary level.
4. There was a lot of camaraderie and respect there.
5. I enjoy the camaraderie among the team.
6. The atmosphere did not encourage reasonableness and undying camaraderie.
7. He misses the camaraderie of the Bar and the exhilaration of forensic battle in the exalted courts.
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8. This is a considerable contrast with the camaraderie of the field which frequently existed before the widespread introduction of tractors.
9. In particular, Haslam found the camaraderie he experienced working alongside mineworkers extremely rewarding.
10. She would have instant friends, instant camaraderie and the chance to travel.
11. The forced camaraderie and freedom from normal constraints may have its attractions.
12. That team camaraderie is probably why I had played basketball so long.
13. She had enjoyed the camaraderie of colleagues, and the mild flirtation which often underlay it.
14. Everyone an outpouring of camaraderie with each other.
15. They took us in, enfolded us in joyous camaraderie.
16. The old hostel culture of camaraderie and socializing among students is gone.
17. This good - fellowship - camaraderie - usually occurs through similarity of pursuits.
18. Everyone has just had such an outpouring of camaraderie with each other.
19. Size and state-sector camaraderie allow China’s big five state banks to carve up lucrative loans for big government projects.
20. Was there a special camaraderie among men who put letters through the holes in doors?
21. When you've been climbing alone for hours, there's a tremendous sense of camaraderie when you meet another climber.
22. For example, you may be some one who does not enjoy the enforced camaraderie of office life.
23. But the main and most pleasant surprise was the sense of camaraderie among climbers in the Alps.
24. He warily gazed around at his detractors, fully aware that any slim camaraderie they shared was likely to smolder as well.
25. Cricket is primarily a man's game, bearing all the hallmarks of male camaraderie.
26. Of course, physical contact is not the only evidence of camaraderie.
27. Then her sad eyes met Morse's in a sort of distant, anonymous camaraderie: she smiled across, almost fully.
28. Once we started trekking we soon discovered that mental attitude and camaraderie were far more important than physical fitness.
29. Teasing you is a way for them to vent their frustration while building their own sense of power and camaraderie.
30. Ita perfect day for riding . Great weather. Great camaraderie.
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