I prefer a tendency to stateliness to an excess of fellowship.
That makes the good and bad of manners, namely what helps or hinders fellowship.
Nor had his been the methods of good fellowship
, the sharing of "good turns," the camaraderie of finance.
No more could he help it than could he help responding with a snarl when threatened by a club; no more could he help it than when he had spoiled the turn of Dick and Daisy Bell when swept by the strains of "Roll Me Down to Rio"; no more could he help it than could Jerry, on the deck of the Ariel, help singing when Villa Kennan put her arms around him, smothered him deliciously in her cloud of hair, and sang his memory back into time and the fellowship
of the ancient pack.
The person reading was a trifle different; one would have said of him that he was of the world, worldly, albeit there was that in his attire which attested a certain fellowship
with the organisms of his environment.
He may bubble with wit, or expand with good fellowship
Anne longed for an hour of fellowship
with some girl friend.
With the freedom of the camps he assaulted our ears and claimed the fellowship
of men lost in the wilds of a hash house.
The Six Jolly Fellowship Porters, already mentioned as a tavern of a dropsical appearance, had long settled down into a state of hale infirmity.
This description applies to the river-frontage of the Six Jolly Fellowship Porters.
The wood forming the chimney-pieces, beams, partitions, floors and doors, of the Six Jolly Fellowship Porters, seemed in its old age fraught with confused memories of its youth.
The bar of the Six Jolly Fellowship Porters was a bar to soften the human breast.
For the rest, both the tap and parlour of the Six Jolly Fellowship Porters gave upon the river, and had red curtains matching the noses of the regular customers, and were provided with comfortable fireside tin utensils, like models of sugar-loaf hats, made in that shape that they might, with their pointed ends, seek out for themselves glowing nooks in the depths of the red coals, when they mulled your ale, or heated for you those delectable drinks, Purl, Flip, and Dog's Nose.
He, and the failing light and dying fire, the time-worn room, the solitude, the wasted life, and gloom, were all in fellowship.
Our love and fellowship began in childhood, when life was all before us, and will be resumed when we have proved it, and are but children at the last.