Camaraderie is a pretty tough word, but we're here to help you better understand it...with EXAMPLES!
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Below you will find the definition of camaraderie, followed by 39 sample sentences (from real sources), gradually increasing in length.
(noun) - the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability
EXAMPLES - Camaraderie in a Sentence
- "I guess the camaraderie is the best part," he says. (source)
- Good friends and camaraderie is what it really is about. (source)
- "The camaraderie is what makes this team special," he says. (source)
- When you came out, was there any kind of camaraderie with the team? (source)
- Even now, Bolden recalls the camaraderie among the Bruin contingent. (source)
- "The camaraderie was the best part for me," said RCMP Cst. Ben Douglas. (source)
- WWII vet Sidney Phillips of HBO's 'The Pacific' recalls camaraderie, sacrifice (source)
- So what kind of camaraderie and friendships actually build, in that three days? (source)
- That kind of camaraderie dates back to editorial staffs many volumes before ours. (source)
- And so I think some of that sense of fun and camaraderie translates to the screen. (source)
- The organizers do it for the love of learning and the camaraderie, which is tremendous. (source)
- Do you feel a kind of camaraderie when you hear stories about Robert Downey Jr. and the like? (source)
- The old round of 'camaraderie' is over, and they have been trained for nothing but community life. (source)
- Despite the danger and obstacles they faced, the women in interviews fondly recalled the camaraderie they shared. (source)
- "Our camaraderie is on another level and players get to hang out together and we seem to execute a little better." (source)
- No, they also enjoy a kind of camaraderie that it is virtually extinct outside the precincts of sport and the military. (source)
- That particular camaraderie is formed on the football field of course translates over very easily to the military service. (source)
- The trio had settled into a kind of camaraderie of fa - miliarity, and Tania discovered that she was even getting to like Fleta. (source)
- "You regress into a child when you come to a convention," Johnson says, "because it's that kind of camaraderie, or childishness." (source)
- "You form a kind of camaraderie when you run the same equipment when you are under same circumstances," said miner Mike Rosenbaum. (source)
- "It was a great night for Russian players," Malkin said, adding that the camaraderie is a big reason he wanted to make up with Ovechkin. (source)
- The kind of camaraderie shown during the flood isn't an anomaly, and I'm proud to come from a place that still today has such a sense of community. (source)
- S. WADDLE: I can't tell you, but having made friends that were World War II diesel submariners, the camaraderie is the same, the technology has changed. (source)
- But '-- her face grew softer, there was even a kind of camaraderie where before there had been shrinking --' I'd like the world to go a great deal better. (source)
- It's about "camaraderie," Rukavina said, something that's changed since tight restrictions on things like meals for legislators went into place in the 1990s. (source)
- The secret to their longevity appears to be a really strong support system and camaraderie, which is in full display at BTR's monthly, pep-rally-like meetings. (source)
- We don't expect that Syllabus Day will elicit the same kind of camaraderie as other days Brown students are fond of celebrating (like Spring Weekend and April 20). (source)
- The secret to the longevity, says Solomon, is a really strong support system and lots of camaraderie, which is usually on display at BTR's mandatory monthly meetings. (source)
- Gemini: The lunar forces provide a lovely backdrop today that brings really good feelings and increase friendship ties and camaraderie, which is good in anybody's book. (source)
- "Now, the camaraderie is one of the best things around here because we really do pull for each other, we really do get along, and we really do want to see everyone have success." (source)
- Most of al, it signifies my love of an art that puts us in the shoes of men long gone, and earns my place in the community of like-minded men and women; the robust camaraderie is an important part of my life. (source)
- Despite the importance of their task, the veterans are not po-faced about their time at Bletchley, and their faces crease into grins as they recall the camaraderie of what many remember as being "an adventure". (source)
- They salute the Prince still when we meet them on the street, but there is in their attitude a certain sly sympathy, if I may so term it; a bond of camaraderie which is implied in their manner rather than expressed. (source)
- For the sake of "camaraderie," and in the "spirit of bipartisanship" (an evil spirit if there ever were one) Republicans have historically invited the liberal Democrats to join together to "work out our differences." (source)
- Mumbai: You need to see it to believe it - the kind of camaraderie that AR Rahman shares with art lovers thronged Kumara Krupa Road on the first day of 'Chitra Santhe - 2010,' the annual public display of paintings, here on Sunday. (source)
- It was the kind of camaraderie he'd rarely observed in the cities, where the only aborigines he'd encountered were aimless groups of drunken men and women who spent their time arguing in city centers or sprawled tiredly in public parks. (source)
- In the early 1990s, when the then Mayor David Dinkins objected to the low number of women and minorities in the FDNY -- which is still more than 90 percent white males -- Feehan warned against ruining the FDNY's "camaraderie" and "esprit de corps." (source)
- Fresh off the court from playing "The Fleet," Scarborough and Bertoldo said the biggest draw was "camaraderie," but Valenzuela and Montes, passing around a squeeze-bottle of vodka and orange juice, said the focus wasn't entirely on getting to 15 points. (source)
- Moore, in his quaint, Irish way, chaffed him a good deal, as was his wont; for though one had received his education at the Bedford Grammar School and was a clergyman's son, and the other at a board-school and was the son of a small innkeeper, in the Rhodesia police force all troopers are equals, and there is a frank camaraderie which is very creditable to its members. (source)
The average Flesch reading-ease score of the 39 example sentences provided below is 54.0, which suggests that "camaraderie" is a fairly difficult word that is likely understood by a majority of individuals with an undergraduate degree, and may be found in ocassionaly in news articles or other forms of literature.
We have 12 synonyms for camaraderie.
cheer, companionability, companionship, comradeship, conviviality, esprit de corps, fellowship, gregariousness, intimacy, jollity, sociability, togetherness
We have 4 antonyms for camaraderie.
bad blood, dislike, gloom, hate
PRONUNCIATION & SYLLABIFICATION
Pronunciation: (käˌmə-räˈdə-rē, kämˌräˈdə-rē)
View up to 25 definitions of camaraderie from 5 different sources, as well as parts of speech.
from The American Heritage© Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- (noun) Goodwill and lighthearted rapport between or among friends; comradeship.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- (noun) Close friendship in a group of friends or teammates.
- (noun) A spirit of familiarity and closeness
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- (noun) Comradeship and loyalty.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- (noun) Companionship; good-fellowship; intimacy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- (noun) the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability