comradely


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Synonyms for comradely

Synonyms for comradely

heartily friendly and congenial

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Gone is the humour, the comradely, and the friendliness that marked the group when living merrily together on the farm.
Soldiers who jump onto grenades are sacrificing their lives in order to save the lives of comrades; they are motivated by comradely impulses engrained in human nature by the dynamics of conflict between social groups.
But Sid became almost like a gracious host among the nervous guests of his co-passengers, with quips to Taft at 2,000 and 4,000 feet, a comradely shoulder clap to Kyle at 6,000, and a series of unusually successful flirtations with the female jumpers throughout the climb.
For instance streaming video will become a nightmare for companies to contend with even though fans will see it as nothing more than getting into the spirit of Olympian comradely.
On Workers' Theoretical (In)Visibility in the Writing of Critical Urban Geography: A Comradely Critique.
Coun Rice said: "In the 1980s, the Labour group wasn't the harmonious, tolerant and comradely group that our opponents in the council now take for granted.
There is no need to mention too many failures, one mistake normally sufficing, so the entire self-criticism takes one to two minutes per person--and the comradely mutual criticism is even shorter.
According to the historian William Lubenow, the collective intimacy of the Apostles was fueled by their divergence from the Anglican orthodoxy of Cambridge: "Friendship encouraged the Apostles' speculations; speculation encouraged comradely feelings; friendship consoled them for their feelings of religious loss" (p.
Ehren Remal offers up a warm, comradely turn as Hamlet's good friend Horatio.
Even if it was just a comradely or parliamentary jest, we the electorate take it serious.
In the customary comradely spirit of the political Left, almost everyone was at daggers drawn with everyone else, with Deleuze himself maintaining a certain impressive sangfroid.
This is done not only through the comradely within the office during patient visits, but the communication and community involvement outside of the office with participation in city events to sending messages to patients for special events.
It's been more fraternal and more comradely and it's untrue to say it's become fractious.
Brown's resignation as leader of the Labour Party means that Labour will be concentrating, with customary comradely rancour, on its internal policies and leadership contest.
He payed the price of institutionally and politically saving Leninism by voluntarily renouncing its revolutionary surplus: "the comradely spirit from the party and the egalitarian society".