comrade


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comrade

a fellow member of a political party, esp a fellow Communist or socialist
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At sunset the giant returned, supped upon one of our unhappy comrades, slept and snored till dawn, and then left us as before.
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 curate, however, only went so far as to describe how the Frenchmen plundered those who were in the boat, and the poverty and distress in which his comrade and the fair Moor were left, of whom he said he had not been able to learn what became of them, or whether they had reached Spain, or been carried to France by the Frenchmen.
Nay, good comrade," answered Robin Hood gently, "I cannot grant such a boon.
That you will go and fetch me the letter your comrade has in his pocket.
He had by degrees assumed such authority over his companions that he was almost like a commander on board; and as his orders were always clear, distinct, and easy of execution, his comrades obeyed him with celerity and pleasure.
Still, he thought that his comrade might be mistaken about himself.
Send a good draught of wine down your throat," said his comrade on the next throne.
In a twinkling he wheeled about; his mule now seemed as eager to get on as himself, and in a few moments brought him, clattering with his traps, among his comrades.
Idomeneus met him, as he was taking leave of a comrade, who had just come to him from the fight, wounded in the knee.
THE morning my comrade left me, as related in the narrative, he was accompanied by a large party of the natives, some of them carrying fruit and hogs for the purposes of traffic, as the report had spread that boats had touched at the bay.
Such were the simple rites performed by these poor savages at the grave of their comrade on the shores of a strange land; and when these were done, they rose and returned in silence to the ship, without once casting a look behind.