comrade

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comrade

a fellow member of a political party, esp a fellow Communist or socialist
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And the sun is gone," she said, her eyes still fixed upon our island, where we had proved our mastery over matter and attained to the truest comradeship that may fall to man and woman.
We had been friends, quite good friends; but never could I get beyond the same comradeship which I might have established with one of my fellow-reporters upon the Gazette,--perfectly frank, perfectly kindly, and perfectly unsexual.
There is at times a magic in identity of position; it is one of the things that have suggested to us eternal comradeship.
Their condition of domiciliary comradeship put her, as the woman, to such disadvantage by its enforced intercourse, that he felt it unfair to her to exercise any pressure of blandishment which he might have honestly employed had she been better able to avoid him.
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.
Comradeships as opposed to friendships are not marked by specificity, commitment, and emotional honesty.
I argue that men practice interaction in two distinctly different ways, friendship or comradeship, depending upon their conception of masculinity and the salience of that conception within the specific situation and social context.
I seek to validate this form of hegemonic complicity within the current context of present middlers and determine whether indeed increasing levels of hegemonic complicity will predict the practice of comradeship rather than friendship.
PATTERNS OF INTERACTION: FRIENDSHIP AND COMRADESHIP
First, I identify two different forms of interaction, friendship and comradeship.
Strikwerda and May (1992) see two types of friendships, either truly intimate ones or comradeship.
I intend to build upon Strikwerda and May's conception and posit two different forms of voluntary personal relationships, friendship and comradeship.