camaraderie

Definition: cheerful unity among a group

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The Technique of Thomas Hardy - By Joseph Warren Beach
...This goodfellowship--- camaraderie--usually occurring through similarity of pursuits, is unfortunately seldom superadded to love between the sexes, because men and women associate, not in their labors, but in their pleasures merely ....
This Side of Paradise - By Francis Scott Fitzgerald
...`` Those poor birds who have n't a cent to tutor, and have to study during the term are the ones I pity, ' " he announced to Amory one day, with a flaccid camaraderie in the droop of the cigarette from his pale lips ....
The Awakening - By Kate Chopin
...They formed a congenial group sitting there that summer afternoon--Madame Rat-ignolle sewing away, often stopping to relate a story or incident with much expressive gesture of her perfect hands; Robert and Mrs. Pontellier sitting idle, exchanging occasional words, glances or smiles which indicated a certain advanced stage of intimacy and camaraderie ....
Trilby - By George Du Maurier
...So she followed love for love 's sake only, now ami then, as she would have followed art if she had been a man--capriciously, desultorily, more in a frolicsome spirit of camaraderie than anything else ....
The Club of Queer Trades - By Gilbert Keith Chesterton
...cing with his detective excitement, soon shouldered alongside him, talking to him with that transparent camaraderie which he imagined to be appropriate from the disguised policeman to the disguised criminal ....
Two Bites at a Cherry - By Thomas Bailey Aldrich
...With other men Miss Tredick coquetted, or almost coquetted; but w. ith him she never dropped that air of mere camaraderie which said as distinctly as such a disagreeable thing ought ever to be said, " Of course, between us that is out of the question ....
Smoke Bellew - By Jack London
...He was a slender man, wiry with health, with quick black eyes and a magnetism of camaraderie . "...
The Troll Garden - By Willa Cather, McClure, Phillips & Co, McClure Press
...The camaraderie of her frank, confident eyes was qualified by the deep lines about her mouth and the curve of the lips, which was both sad and cynical ....
A Guide to the Best Fiction in English - By Ernest Albert Baker
...Her perilous camaraderie with artists and connoisseurs introduces voluminous talk about art and the ancients -LRB- full of characteristic inaccuracies -RRB- ....
Literary Likings - By Richard Burton
...There is in Brownell 's work, again, a keen sense of the rough-and-ready camaraderie of the bivouac and the forecastle, showing at times in a grim humor, but oftener -LRB- since he was so dead in earnest -RRB- in the realistic, homely phrase, the strong Saxon speech of him, the unconventional rhymes and irregular stanzas, the drastic touches which a nicer, more self-conscious muse had not allowed herself ....
The Long Trail - By Hamlin Garland, H. Burgess
...The tone of camaraderie, as of one college athlete to another, put a last spurt into Jack 's limbs, but his rival passed him and he became second in the race ....
Uneasy Money - By Pelham Grenville Wodehouse
...In spite of her momentary peevishness, she brought with her an atmosphere of geniality and camaraderie ....
The Forester's Daughter - By Hamlin Garland
...She could not tell him how deeply she resented his ready tone of camaraderie with the other girl; but she was secretly suffering ....
The Long Roll - By Mary Johnston, Newell Convers Wyeth
...said Edward, with his fine camaraderie ....
Indiscretions of Archie - By Pelham Grenville Wodehouse
...It is an attitude which suggests a sort of rapprochement or camaraderie or, as Archie would have put it, what not ....
The Spoilers - By Rex Beach
...She even construed their silence as indifference, not realizing that these Northmen were offering her the truest evidence of camaraderie ....
The House of Conrad - By Elias Tobenkin, J. Henry, Frederick A. Stokes Company
...A polite cordiality vibrated through the hall instead of the free and easy camaraderie to which Freddy was accustomed at German meetings ....
A Descriptive Guide to the Best Fiction, British and American - By Ernest Albert Baker, Baker
...The camaraderie of a young journalist and a girl of strong, wholesome character develops by insensible degrees into a closer affection ....
Adventure - By Jack London
...All their air of camaraderie was dissipated, and they had become abruptly and immensely respectful ....