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Synonyms for brother

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Synonyms for brother

a person whom one knows well, likes, and trusts

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Synonyms for brother

a male with the same parents as someone else

a male person who is a fellow member (of a fraternity or religion or other group)

a close friend who accompanies his buddies in their activities

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


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(Roman Catholic Church) a title given to a monk and used as form of address

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Love should pass from person to person and the thought of brotherliness and humanity should draw the desolate hearts of the "heathen" into one family of God.
Islam and other religions called for tolerance, brotherliness, forgiveness, love and social conformity.
Faith in People Scale (FPS) The Rosenberg Faith in People Scale (1956), also called the misanthropy scale, is used to assess one's degree of confidence in the trustworthiness, honesty, goodness, generosity, and brotherliness of people in general.
Precisely the ultimate and most sublime values have retreated from public life either into the transcendental realm of mystic life or into the brotherliness of direct and personal human relations" (612).
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According to the Gotha Society for the Commonweal, the highest Christian ideals were "Freedom, equality, brotherliness, and the resulting general happiness." (118) The Thuringian Foreign Mission Conference in 1903, held in Roda (Saxe-Altenburg), made clear the complex relationship between Christianity and bourgeois culture in a declaration of its goals: What does the mission seek to achieve through its pedagogical activities?
Broadcasters of Radio Pakistan will be enlightened if they visit India and particularly Punjab on any festive occasion and feel the camaraderie, brotherliness and affection that is cherished here Sikhs and Hindus.
Talking to The Nation here Thursday shortly after the six-member Indian team landed here to a warm welcome to participate in Shaheed Benazir Bhutto international boxing starting here January 1, the coach from Delhi said sports were meant to create bonds of friendship and brotherliness and were important for bonding the relations between the two nations.
The patriarchal house of Zechariah as the nucleus of the social structure of domination becomes a mothers' and children's house in which sisterliness and brotherliness reign in place of paternal power.
This is a passionate cry from the heart written with tears and smiles and also with evangelical zeal that is, on occasion, jarring because it challenges the reader's own inadequate constructs of brotherliness.
For Jane Austen this theme of naval solidarity is particularly important, for she wanted to highlight the general character of the navy, "their friendliness, their brotherliness, their openness, their uprightness" (99).
We just experienced the true meaning of Christmas--sharing brotherliness and love.
Christ commends meekness of mind, brotherliness, and peace-seeking (Education 24, Complaint 38).