Comradery meaning

kŏm'răd-rē, -ră-də-, -rəd-rē
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.

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Camaraderie; comradeship.
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Origin of comradery

  • Alteration (influenced by comrade) of camaraderie
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • comrade +‎ -ry, likely influenced by camaraderie; these are etymological twins, both derived from Latin camera (“room, chamber”), though via different routes.
    From Wiktionary