ca·ma·ra·de·rie [kah-muh-rah-duh-ree, -rad-uh-, kam-uh-]
1. comradeship; good-fellowship.
Sometimes com·rade·ry [kom-rad-ree, -rid-] .
WORDS RELATED TO CAMARADERIE
intimacy, companionship, togetherness, conviviality, comradeship, sociability, jollity, fellowship, cheer, gregariousness, companionability, esprit de corps
SYNONYMS FOR CAMARADERIE
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conviviality, bonhomie, brotherhood.
Origin: First recorded in 1830–40; from French, equivalent to camarade comrade + -erie -ery
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR CAMARADERIE
When you start working in politics you have a West Wing–esque vision of what the workplace is going to be—fast talking, getting things done, full of camaraderie.
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People already run for all sorts of smart, rational, and ultimately boring reasons—stress management, weight loss, camaraderie.
THE SUBLIME AGONY OF HOT-WEATHER RUNNING|MARTIN FRITZ HUBER|AUGUST 27, 2020|OUTSIDE ONLINE
The resulting camaraderie among players did help bridge those communities — but only to a point.
INTERFAITH SOCCER TEAMS EASED MUSLIM-CHRISTIAN TENSIONS — TO A POINT|SUJATA GUPTA|AUGUST 13, 2020|SCIENCE NEWS
Nearly four months on, people—including the top management—are missing the camaraderie.
WHAT INDIAN IT LEADERS MISS THE MOST WHILE WORKING FROM HOME|ANANYA BHATTACHARYA|JULY 17, 2020|QUARTZ