Origin of comraderyaltered (after comrade) from camaraderie
The definition of comradery, commonly spelled camaraderie, is a caring and cheerful way that friends treat each other.
An example of comradery is a group of men getting together to play cards and drink beer together.
Origin of comraderyAlteration (influenced by comrade )of camaraderie
- (rare) camaraderie
A relatively uncommon variant of synonymous and nearly homophonous camaraderie.
- Where it attempts to build a foundation for comradery, Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 does better.