comrade


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comrade

a fellow member of a political party, esp a fellow Communist or socialist
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In the meantime all the ship's crew were anxiously awaiting him; the King's dinner would soon be finished, and their comrade had not yet returned.
The vault they entered, strewn with sawdust and dimly lighted, was between the outer one from which they had just come, and that in which the skittle-players were diverting themselves; as was manifested by the increased noise and clamour of tongues, which was suddenly stopped, however, and replaced by a dead silence, at a signal from the long comrade.
He did not go into that question, but attentive not to discourage kind fate surrendering to him the widow of Comrade Verloc, he tried to draw her to his breast.
While my comrade was in vain trying to make out the meaning of all this, a good number of the natives separated themselves from the rest and ran off into the grove on one side, the others now keeping perfectly still, as if awaiting the result.
You have killed his comrade so brave and strong, but it was not well that you should strip the armour from his head and shoulders.
The comrade is too tired to talk to any one--" he began; but the other held up his hand.
We found our socialist comrades confident, optimistic of their strength and of the things they would accomplish.
On that road we heard the song of morning stars; we drank in fragrances aerial and sweet as a May mist; we were rich in gossamer fancies and iris hopes; our hearts sought and found the boon of dreams; the years waited beyond and they were very fair; life was a rose-lipped comrade with purple flowers dripping from her fingers.
That something, comrade, I discovered to be a small flat oblong cash-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.
Still, he thought that his comrade might be mistaken about himself.
All present who had borne a part in the sufferings of that journey, were eager now to press forward, and bring relief to a lost comrade.