comradery

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

comrade +‎ -ry, likely influenced by camaraderie; these are etymological twins, both derived from Latin camera (room, chamber), though via different routes.

Noun[edit]

comradery (plural comraderies)

  1. (rare) camaraderie

Usage notes[edit]

A relatively uncommon variant of synonymous and nearly homophonous camaraderie.

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