fellowship

Part of speech: noun

The state of being a comrade or companion; friendly intercourse; communion.

Part of speech: noun

A band; company.

Part of speech: noun

A privileged position, as of a graduate in a college.

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Usage examples "fellowship":

  1. I told all this day's passages, and she to give me very good and rational advice how to behave myself to my Lord and his family, by slighting every body but my Lord and Lady, and not to seem to have the least society or fellowship with them, which I am resolved to do, knowing that it is my high carriage that must do me good there, and to appear in good clothes and garbe. - "Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright", Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke.
  2. Charlie himself had noted that, and although he never spoke,- at least, Charlie had never heard him utter a word beyond what were absolutely necessary to his duties,- there was something compelling in his eye which always met Charlie's look as it was raised slowly from his cards, as if there were some mysterious bond of fellowship between them. - "Concerning Sally", William John Hopkins.
  3. At this time a greater change than the loss of his Fellowship came upon Froude. - "The Life of Froude", Herbert Paul.