comradely


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Synonyms for comradely

Synonyms for comradely

heartily friendly and congenial

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Bringing together industry members from all spectrums the event embodies the fraternal comradely that sets this industry apart from others.
Of relations with Russia, she said Washington and Moscow had "very deep, very broad and complex" discussions on a range of international issues including Iran and "frank and comradely discussions" on Ukraine.
Empty stores, black market blue jeans, paper underwear, cheap vodka, KGB repression, and above all, the forced ritual of comradely address ( tovarich )--these, and little else, are the lasting accomplishments of revolutionary culture as it appears in the novel.
Archives show that the formal proposal to "assist the Czechoslovak comrades" came from Bulgaria's communist leadership, which later provided troops for the comradely affair.
Outraged by this breach of comradely etiquette, Stalin cast the wartime partisan leader as the Prince of Darkness, a role originally played by Leon Trotsky.
The talks proceeded in a comradely and friendly atmosphere, it said.
Gone is the humour, the comradely, and the friendliness that marked the group when living merrily together on the farm.
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.
Rather than an image of the comradely ideal, Two of Them may be understood as a canvas filled with tension associated with gender and sexuality--tension between her pink and his blue, between light and dark, between her soothing comfort and his brooding anger.
We had wide-ranging conversations on many subjects, sharing agreements and disagreements in a comradely way.
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.
Joke-telling is comradely or, if you will, friendly.
He assesses the considerable theoretical insights of his subject with an admirable scrupulousness and the comradely eye of a contemporary.
Strong and comradely bonds between companies are forged not at mo- ments of triumph but when one or the other is hiding its face in hunched humiliation.
He had matchless courtesy, good humor, and comradely kindness, unless someone uttered a sentiment that compromised truth or betrayed bigotry.