Definition of Companionships

1. Noun. (plural of companionship) ¹

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Definition of Companionships

1. companionship [n] - See also: companionship

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Companionships

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companion vein
companionability
companionable
companionableness
companionably
companionate
companionate marriage
companioned
companioning
companionless
companionlessness
companionly
companions
companionship
companionships (current term)
companionway
companionways
companisation
companisations
companization
companizations
compansion
compansions
company
company-store
company clinic
company clinics
company front
company fronts

Literary usage of Companionships

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1. The White Man in Nigeria by George Douglas Hazzledine (1904)
"... quarters—Lack of equipment—Servants—The new world, and its contrasts—New duties—Lokoja and its companionships— The province, and its labours—The work, ..."

2. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1845)
"an error in the outset of their enterprize, we shall now set forth, in terrorem, seven evils of these companionships. ..."

3. Typographia: an Historical Sketch of the Origin and Progress of the Art of by Thomas Curson Hansard (1825)
"... making Margin —Tables of Signatures and Folios—Locking-up—Proofs—Expedition work — companionships. PRINTERS divide a fount of letter into two classes. ..."

4. Home: a book for the family by William King Tweedie (1857)
"companionships FOR HOME. ... Who does not remember how his own life has been influenced by his companionships in opening manhood, as well as early years ? ..."

5. That Unknown Country: Or, What Living Men Believe Concerning Punishment by Lyman Abbott (1888)
"... Objective which Delights and Enslaves Them, in their companionships and Occupations.—Their Former Selves, Faces, Limbs, Thoughts, Motions, ..."

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