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comrade

a fellow member of a political party, esp a fellow Communist or socialist
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He reviewed his friends' marriages-- the supposedly happy ones--and saw none that answered, even remotely, to the passionate and tender comradeship which he pictured as his permanent relation with May Welland.
It was all love on my side, and all good comradeship and friendship on hers.
Here he withdrew his arm from hers, lit his pipe, and they tramped on in a sagacious kind of comradeship, the most complete they had attained in all their friendship.
She had realized, since he had left her in search of food, that there had grown between them a certain comradeship that she now missed.
Something alien had intruded into the old, perfect, school-day comradeship -- something that threatened to mar it.
Like a wave, the memory of the past swept over me, the good comradeship, the happy, adventurous days--all that we had suffered and worked for and won.
Lop-Ear was plainly in a funk, and yet his conduct in remaining by me, in spite of his fear, I take as a foreshadowing of the altruism and comradeship that have helped make man the mightiest of the animals.
But comradeship with men was different from love with women.
But, after ten days of comradeship, came the parting.
It was a soul- possession he dreamed, refined beyond any grossness, a free comradeship of spirit that he could not put into definite thought.
We met in the maw of a hurricane, and parted in the maw of a shark, with seventeen intervening years of comradeship, the like of which I dare to assert has never befallen two men, the one brown and the other white.
He was neither dishonest nor cowardly; and while he demanded strict obedience when we were under his orders, at the same time our relations were those of easy comradeship, and he permitted us a freedom to which we were ordinarily unaccustomed, as the present story will show.