V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary
Definition: close feelings of friendship and trust among individuals or a group
Synonyms: friendship, comradeship, companionship, brotherliness, fellowship
Antonyms: hostility, antagonism
Tips: Camaraderie is related to the word comrade. Comrade was originally used to describe fellow members in the communist party. Comrade is also used to describe people from the same group. (i.e: "Welcome, my fellow comrades." Camaraderie is created when people are comfortable, friendly, and supportive of one another. This is often created when people have like interests or are comrades. Camaraderie is what we all hope to achieve with our friends and possibly our co-workers.
Chris and his roommates had a camaraderie, such that they were all best friends. (friendship)
Working in groups is one of the best ways to create a feeling of camaraderie among various departments. (friendship, companionship)
Their camaraderie was evident in the way they did everything together. (friendship, brotherliness)
Our camaraderie was sadly ended when my best friend moved across the country. (friendship, companionship)
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