new comradeship

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  • It seemed as though there had sprung up a new comradeship and understanding between them since their last talk. Cited from Kit of Greenacre Farm, by Izola Forrester
  • It caught him up with the girl and for a measure or so bore them along like leaves, in a new comradeship. Cited from The Seventh Noon, by Frederick Orin Bartlett
  • Once more he was glad of his new comradeship with a man so much his superior in years and worldly wisdom. Cited from The Guns of Bull Run, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • What he prized far more highly than feminine blandishments was the new comradeship with his own sex. Cited from The Fortunate Youth, by William J. Locke
  • Her taste became hardly inferior to his, and their barren quests together established a new comradeship between them. Cited from The Collectors, by Frank Jewett Mather, Jr.
  • It is in the new comradeship of men and women on all the levels of life that such auspicious promise of better social life is found. Cited from The Family and it's Members, by Anna Garlin Spencer
  • And next -- and greater -- there was the pleasure of Winnington beside her, of his changed manner, of their new comradeship. Cited from Delia Blanchflower, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • He looked up at the lofty crown of the pine-tree, through which shone one or two of the brightest stars, and felt a new comradeship with it. Cited from Hillsboro People, by Dorothy Canfield
  • For the stress of this Bill had brought Jew and Gentile together in a new comradeship that amazed the East End. Cited from Sir George Tressady, Vol. II, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • The beans and bacon, which these unaccountable people cooked well, the astonishing emergence of Burgundy from their cellars, crowned Syme's sense of a new comradeship and comfort. Cited from The Man Who Was Thursday, by G. K. Chesterton/GKC7