comrade


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Synonyms for comrade

Synonyms for comrade

one who shares interests or activities with another

Synonyms for comrade

a friend who is frequently in the company of another

a fellow member of the Communist Party

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used as a term of address for those male persons engaged in the same movement

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But, fortunately, his comrade with the straw on his back had entered behind him, and when the door was shut upon them he scattered the straw about, and suddenly the red-hot walls cooled down, and it became so very cold that the Simpleton could scarcely bear to take a bath, and all the water in the room froze.
As on former occasions, the quick-eared comrade had overheard the King's command and repeated it to the Simpleton.
The long comrade read aloud as follows:--'Mark Gilbert.
The long comrade anticipated the reply, by producing it from the shelf on which it had been deposited.
However, Comrade Ossipon was not going to quarrel with his luck for the sake of a dead man.
The sound of this name thrilled Comrade Ossipon with pride.
All this astonished my comrade not a little, as neither of us had entertained the least idea that any white man ever visited the Typees sociably.
No,' said Toby, 'I cannot leave the island unless my comrade goes with me.
They would then have fought hand to hand with swords had not the two Ajaxes forced their way through the crowd when they heard their comrade calling, and parted them for all their fury--for Hector, Aeneas, and Chromius were afraid and drew back, leaving Aretus to lie there struck to the heart.
Menelaus," said she, "it will be shame and dishonour to you, if dogs tear the noble comrade of Achilles under the walls of Troy.
Comrades turned traitor by permission, in order to win to the wonder cities and there execute our sentences on the real traitors.
I didn't stop for life, dear boy and Pip's comrade, being here.
He could conceive of men going very insignificantly about the world bearing a load of courage unseen, and although he had known many of his comrades through boyhood, he be- gan to fear that his judgment of them had been blind.
Nothing could exceed their joy on thus meeting with their old comrades, or the heartiness with which they were welcomed.
Miller and his comrades being resolved to give up the life of a trapper, and accompany Mr.