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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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When these words were overheard by the sharp-eared comrade and repeated to the Simpleton, he was in despair.
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.
Ajax then said to Menelaus, "Look, Menelaus, and if Antilochus son of Nestor be still living, send him at once to tell Achilles that by far the dearest to him of all his comrades has fallen.
Nor were you, O Menelaus, minded to succour his harassed comrades, when Antilochus had left the Pylians--and greatly did they miss him--but he sent them noble Thrasymedes, and himself went back to Patroclus.
Comrade Ostrinski was a little man, scarcely up to Jurgis's shoulder, wizened and wrinkled, very ugly, and slightly lame.
Comrades turned traitor by permission, in order to win to the wonder cities and there execute our sentences on the real traitors.
Comrade after comrade, men and women, failed in their attempts, and were cruelly executed by the Oligarchy.
He occasionally tried to fathom a comrade with seductive sentences.
Once a man fell down, and as he reached for his rifle a comrade, unseeing, trod upon his hand.
Miller and his comrades being resolved to give up the life of a trapper, and accompany Mr.
When the long comrade had made these preparations, he looked towards Mr Tappertit; and Mr Tappertit, flourishing the bone, knocked nine times therewith upon one of the skulls.
But this being a delicate affair, Comrade Ossipon behaved with delicacy.
As my comrade advanced, this person came forward and proved to be no stranger.
Silas had to say That, he would beg to remind his comrade, brother, and partner, of the impressive passages they had read that evening; of the evident parallel in Mr Boffin's mind between them and the late owner of the Bower, and the present circumstances of the Bower; of the bottle; and of the box.
His right name was Compeyson; and that's the man, dear boy, what you see me a-pounding in the ditch, according to what you truly told your comrade arter I was gone last night.