real comradeship

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  • He proposed instead real comradeship with the poor, He Himself being poor. Cited from The Empire of Love, by W. J. Dawson
  • Real comradeship between officer and man begins with war. Cited from The Last Shot, by Frederick Palmer
  • It would do more toward bringing about a real comradeship between England and America than anything that could happen. Cited from Woodrow Wilson As I Know Him, By Joseph P. Tumulty
  • The more men work together in a real comradeship, the more mere social distinctions fade into the background. Cited from The War and Unity, by Various
  • Their lives together had about as much real comradeship as a small brown hen and a big gray owl, and they had been married sixty years! Cited from The Lady and Sada San, by Frances Little
  • The unkindly spirit of the young Frenchmen gave way to real comradeship, and all were now on the best terms. Cited from The Boy Allies Under Two Flags, Robert L. Drake
  • Though during my course I made many pleasant acquaintances, and so felt less isolated than at first, I indulged in little real comradeship. Cited from The World's Greatest Books, Vol X, Ed. by Arthur Mee & J.A. Hammerton
  • He was almost beside himself with awe, at this unbelieveable strange fortune, this real comradeship with the hero of his dreams. Cited from Jimmie Higgins, by Upton Sinclair
  • In spite, however, of being fellow- members of our versatile art club, we never attained a footing of real comradeship, for, after all, no one thought much of anybody else's talents. Cited from My Life, Volume I, by Richard Wagner
  • Somehow or other those two views must be reconciled before a life of real comradeship between them was possible; before the really big thing she had promised Portia to fight for could be anything more than a tormenting dream. Cited from The Real Adventure, by Henry Kitchell Webster
  • It was a great puzzle to the Italians that Canadian soldiers were able to stay at the most select hotel in Rome, and also that the officers and men were able to mix together in real comradeship. Cited from The Great War As I Saw It, by Frederick George Scott
  • When Henry Clay Barnabee and his opera company were at the Columbia theater I enjoyed many hours of real comradeship, chatting about old times in Boston and other artists of our day. Cited from Sixty Years of California Song, by Margaret Blake-Alverson
  • Perhaps till Edith met Aylmer she had not quite realised what such real comradeship might mean, coupled with another feeling -- not the intellectual sympathy she had for Vincy, but something quite different. Cited from Tenterhooks, by Ada Leverson
  • But, other things being equal, it is to the Christian, educated mothers that we turn to find the life of the ideal home, with real comradeship between wife and husband, with intelligent understanding of the children, and the coveting for them of the best that education can give. Cited from Lighted to Lighten: The Hope of India, by Alice B. Van Doren