Definition of Comradely

1. Adjective. Heartily friendly and congenial.

Exact synonyms: Hail-fellow, Hail-fellow-well-met
Similar to: Friendly
Derivative terms: Comrade, Comradeliness



Definition of Comradely

1. Adverb. In the manner of a comrade ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Comradely

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Comradely

computing system
computist
computistic
computistically
computists
computor
computors
computronium
computus
compy
comrade
comrade in arms
comradeless
comradeliness
comradelinesses
comradely (current term)
comraderies
comradery
comrades
comradeship
comradeships
comrogue
comrogues
coms
comsat
comsats
comstockery
comsymp
comsymps
comte de Saxe

Literary usage of Comradely

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1. Soviet Russia by Friends of Soviet Russia, Soviet Union Russian Soviet Government Bureau (New York, N.Y.) (1920)
"Aside from the formal hearing of lectures, the theoretical course is conducted in comradely circles and according to the methods of instruction used in ..."

2. The English Illustrated Magazine (1905)
"I could ask. quite comradely, ' And on what errand ride ye so fast ? ' Then, in thanks for the ale, the news would come short out, never a doubt. ..."

3. Selected Articles on Modern Industrial Movements by Daniel Bloomfield (1919)
"But the new discipline was strict, much stricter than the "self- limitation on comradely initiative," which Trotzky required. ..."

4. Murchison in Moray: A Geologist on Home Ground : With the Correspondence of by Michael Collie, John Diemer, George Gordon, Sir Roderick Impey Murchison (1995)
"It seems a great shame that Murchison, having enjoyed a comradely relationship with Gordon, and having been so energetic around the Moray Firth for four ..."

5. The Amazing Interlude/the Street of Seven Stars by Mary Roberts Rinehart (2000)
"Peter and Anna had smoked together and it had looked comradely. Perhaps, without reasoning it out, Harmony was experimenting toward the end of establishing ..."

6. Principles of social psychology as developed in a study of economic and by James Mickel Williams (1922)
"An employer who has himself accumulated his property in the course of intimate contact with workmen is apt to have a more or less comradely attitude toward ..."

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