Definition of Companionate

1. Adjective. Like a companion. "A companionate dog"

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Definition of Companionate

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to a companion ¹

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Definition of Companionate

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Companionate

companie
companied
companies
companion
companion animal
companion artery to sciatic nerve
companion cell
companion ladder
companion ladders
companion lymph nodes of accessory nerve
companion vein
companionability
companionable
companionableness
companionably
companionate (current term)
companionate marriage
companioned
companioning
companionless
companionlessness
companionly
companions
companionship
companionships
companionway
companionways
companisation
companisations
companization

Literary usage of Companionate

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1. Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education: With a View of the by Hannah More (1799)
"Do you not think their meek and companionate Saviour who died for your children loved them as well you love them ? And if this were his language, ..."

2. Guide to the Study and Use of Reference Books by Alice Bertha ( Kroeger, Isadore Gilbert Mudge, American Library Association (1908)
"... baronetage, and knightage of Great Britain and Ireland,* and Debrett's peerage, baronetage, knightage, and companionate.* Marshall, George William. ..."

3. On My Honour: Guides and Scouts in Interwar Britain by Tammy M. Proctor (2002)
"... resenting the media's labeling of unmarried women as "superfluous," yet longing for the emotional intimacy of "modern" companionate marriage. ..."

4. Lives of the Princesses of England, from the Norman Conquest by Mary Anne Everett Green (1857)
"Two of her daughters were already married; and Elizabeth, the youngest, was the only one who remained at home to companionate her still more juvenile ..."

5. Gang Suppression & Intervention: An Assessment by Irving A. Spergel (1993)
"Shaw and McKay were interested in the companionate character of the delinquent acts for which 8 out of 10 youths were brought to juvenile court, ..."

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