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‘Camaraderie’ is found between people who have known or worked with each other for a long time, or have shared an experience together, particularly a difficult or challenging one. An obvious example would be soldiers who have served together in war. Camaraderie in a group can be demonstrated by an easy sharing of thoughts and feelings, an atmosphere free of tension, or the ability to freely laugh and joke with each other. Not to be confused with ‘comradery’.
Morale in the office is very high. There is a tremendous sense of camaraderie among the staff.
My favourite thing about being part of that group is the camaraderie. We have all been through so much together.
Poor inter-departmental communication has led to a distinct lack of camaraderie within the company.