Definition of Mateships

1. Noun. (plural of mateship) ¹



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Definition of Mateships

1. mateship [n] - See also: mateship

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mateships

maternities
maternity
maternity bra
maternity bras
maternity hospital
maternity leave
maternity leaves
maternity ward
maternoembryonic
maternofetal
maters
materteral
materterine
mates
mateship
mateships (current term)
matey
mateyness
mateynesses
mateys
matfelon
matfelons
math
math.
math teacher
mathcore
mathemagician
mathemagicians
mathemaku

Literary usage of Mateships

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1. The English Illustrated Magazine (1905)
"Their's was in fact one of those firm mateships fostered between men by the exigencies of life on the early Australian goldfields, when friendships formed ..."

2. Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial by Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (1866)
"Although it is usual in mateships, for the masters to make the division of the oil when at sea, yet if one of them refuses to deliver what is due from him, ..."

3. The Autobiography and Services of Sir James McGrigor, Bart.,: Late Director by James McGrigor (1861)
"... and hospital mateships, appeared with the degree of MD from the Universities of Edinburgh, Dublin, and Glasgow; in due time, also, these, ..."

4. Scientific Mysticism: Seven Lectures on Mysticism, the Laws of Nature by Holden Edward Sampson (1916)
"The promiscuousness and the unguided and God-less manner in which marriage is permitted to be carried out, the countless false-mateships and conjugal ..."

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