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  • Every week now that passed was deepening that sense of comradeship which bound our force together. Cited from The Great War As I Saw It, by Frederick George Scott
  • Their fortnight of war had given them a touch of that comradeship which camp-life always gives. Cited from Martin Hyde the Duke's Messenger by John Masefield
  • The spirit of comradeship which exists between superior and junior officers is a real and beautiful thing. Cited from The Angel Adjutant, by Minnie L. Carpenter
  • It is full of the social good-comradeship which is a condition of humor. Cited from A Study of Fairy Tales, by Laura F. Kready
  • We have written a charter of comradeship which all have signed except yourselves. Cited from The Sword Maker, by Robert Barr
  • In this way there comes a sense of intellectual comradeship which one does not have with most philosophers. Cited from By the Christmas Fire, by Samuel McChord Crothers
  • These were men of his own age, and his manner of speaking of them gives us many glimpses into that splendid world of comradeship which. Cited from Robert Browning, by G. K. Chesterton
  • Our hands were clasped, and she pressed mine with all the sweet freedom of a comradeship which means nothing deeper. Cited from The Hidden Children, by Robert W. Chambers
  • As they had begun the morning they now finished it, on a plane of thorough comradeship which years and years alone cannot achieve. Cited from Then I'll Come Back to You, by Larry Evans
  • Had Ingolby been less to her than he was, there would still have been the comradeship which made her the great creature she was fast becoming. Cited from The PG Works Of Gilbert Parker, Complete
  • It built up between them -- between this down-and-out beast and a man fighting to find himself -- a comradeship which perhaps only the man and the beast could understand. Cited from The Courage of Marge O'Doone, by James Oliver Curwood
  • And already, from breathing the Northland air, he had come to like her for that comradeship which at first had shocked him. Cited from A Daughter of the Snows, by Jack London
  • She drew them by a natural magnetism; and held them by a talent for comradeship which never degenerated into familiarity or freedom. Cited from The Great Amulet, by Maud Diver
  • As we got about among the passengers we found that the usual spirit of comradeship which marks an Atlantic voyage, was noticeably lacking. Cited from The Glory of the Trenches, by Coningsby Dawson
  • We formed the kind of close comradeship which men form who are suffocated but unhurt by a shell which kills and maims others all about them. Cited from The Land of Deepening Shadow, by D. Thomas Curtin
  • I trust that a great man, to whom I owed much, will forgive me for dwelling on some of the incidents of literary comradeship which followed! Cited from A Writer's Recollections, V2, Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • But if by this road she and Roger took one step towards a better understanding, towards that comradeship which was all that she could ever give him, then it would have been worth the sacrifice. Cited from The Moon out of Reach, by Margaret Pedler
  • They drank the toast standing, and I read in each face before me a frank, soldierly confidence and comradeship which caused my heart to glow. Cited from My Lady of the North, by Randall Parrish
  • Army ties beget a sort of comradeship which extends to the officers' wives. Cited from Nature's Serial Story, by E. P. Roe
  • The comradeship which had so quickly bloomed as quickly faded. Cited from Running Water, by A. E. W. Mason [AKA: Alfred Edward Woodley Mason]
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