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  • He and his comrades were held for one night and then released.
  • Like many of the author's comrades his name was changed in the book.
  • And they had to close their office and send their comrades away.
  • He may have been forced to do so in order to save the lives of his remaining comrades.
  • As part of this group, she fought her old comrades on at least one occasion.
  • Later, his comrades, whose advance he had made possible, found his body.
  • On the other hand, the Service member does not want to let his comrades down.
  • After the war he would keep in touch with his war comrades for the rest of his life.
  • He begins a journey to the camp where his comrades were sent.
  • Returning to find many of his former comrades dead, he was put in charge of a company.
  • His primary feature was his force field which he often used to defend him and his comrades.
  • Seeing his comrades being shot down all around him, his self-doubt disappears.
  • And he thought of his comrade's old parents at home and chose death. Cited from Pebbles on the Shore, by Alpha of the Plough (Alfred George Gardiner)
  • And I had good comrades on the newspaper who helped me in that direction.
  • Following her release, she is treated to a party by her comrades.
  • He had given her a comrade's sympathy just when she needed it most. Cited from The Top of the World, by Ethel M. Dell
  • But she was off and away, her arm round a comrade's neck. Cited from The Getting of Wisdom, Henry H. Richardson
  • Despite losing their comrades and friends the remaining men were still determined to defend their position.
  • Besides, whether he were a comrade or not was a matter of small moment. Cited from The Madman and the Pirate, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • Among the dead were those wounded who had been left behind when their comrades retreated.
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Meaning of comrade

  • noun A fellow member of the communist party