Fellowship synonyms

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Association or unification of women in a common cause.
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An organization that owns, controls, or sponsors an athletic team
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The definition of amity refers to the bond between two people or countries that get along well.
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(Roman Catholic Church) The doctrine that bishops collectively share collegiate power.
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Knowledge resulting from study and research in a particular field.
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Subsistence payment to encourage study
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An association of men united in a common interest, work, creed, etc., as a fraternity, religious order, or labor union
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The company, friendship or fellow purpose of others.
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The state of being companionable, suitability for companionship.
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(Uncountable) The state of being convivial
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An instance of sociableness.
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The disposition or quality of being sociable.
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Knowledge (of something) gotten from personal experience or study of it
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Close or habitual acquaintance with someone or something; understanding or recognition acquired from experience.
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Pleasant sociability; comradeship.
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Goodwill and lighthearted rapport between or among friends; comradeship.
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A group of men (or, sometimes, men and women) joined together by common interests, for fellowship, etc.; specif., a Greek-letter college organization
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A feeling of fellowship, kinship, comradeship, etc.
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Solidarity is a unifying opinion, feeling, purpose or interest among a group of people.
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The condition of being held under the guarantee of a customs bond:
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(Uncountable) The state or quality of being together.
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A group of people broadly distinguished from other groups by mutual interests, participation in characteristic relationships, shared institutions, and a common culture:
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The state of having or being a companion.
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Attachment between friends
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An association is defined as a connection between ideas made mentally, or a connection you see in your head.
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The act of fraternizing or uniting as brothers.
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(Ecclesiastical) The sacrament of the Eucharist received by a congregation.
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Congenial social activity
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A close association for a common objective, as of nations, political parties, etc.
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A dental technique in which a material such as plastic or porcelain is attached to the surface of a discolored or damaged tooth.
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Joint action by a group of people, in which individual interests are subordinated to group unity and efficiency; coordinated effort, as of an athletic team
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An organization of sports teams which play against one another for a championship.
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The definition of a stipend is a sum of money paid at regular intervals.
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The thing or property granted; a gift; a boon.
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Compensation for services that do not have a predetermined value.
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Funds or property donated to an institution, individual, or group as a source of income.
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Subsistence payment to encourage study
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Subsistence payment to encourage study
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Subsistence payment to encourage study
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Any of a number of scholarships for two or three years of study at Oxford University, England, established by the will of C. J. Rhodes for selected students (Rhodes scholars) from the British Commonwealth and the U.S.
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Subsistence payment to encourage study
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A position of employment as an assistant.
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Deep-seated, often mutual hatred.
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The act or process of giving up the use of a narcotic drug to which one has become addicted, typically accompanied by distressing physiological and mental effects (withdrawal symptoms)
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The voluntary termination of employment upon reaching a certain age. See retire.
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The state of being aloof
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A group of persons organized for a particular purpose; an association or business.
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Companionship; society
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1919, Saki, ‘The Disappearance of Crispina Umerleigh’, The Toys of Peace, Penguin 2000 (Complete Short Stories), p. 405:
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A group of individuals, created by law or under authority of law, having a continuous existence independent of the existences of its members, and powers and liabilities distinct from those of its members.
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A similar association, as of merchants or artisans, in medieval times.
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The state of being, or status as, a member
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A group of persons living under a religious rule:
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An association of two or more partners in a business enterprise
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Fellowship; companionship
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A set whose members belong to at least one of a group of two or more given sets. The union of the sets {1,2,3} and {3,4,5} is the set {1,2,3,4,5}, and the union of the sets {6,7} and {11,12,13} is the set {6,7,11,12,13}. The symbol for union is .
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A feeling of enmity, ill will, unfriendliness, etc.; antagonism
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(Uncountable) The state of being unfriendly.
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The state or quality of being unsociable.
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In Canada, the federal union of provinces and territories which formed Canada, beginning with New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Quebec, and later including all the others.
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An association, especially one consisting of other associations or representatives of interest groups.
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The act of uniting or of forming a union of states, groups, etc. by agreement of each member to subordinate its power to that of the central authority in common affairs
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A group of women or girls joined together by common interests, for fellowship, etc.
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The state of being chummy.
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(Mathematics) The shortest path between two vertices in a graph
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An instance of being intimate.
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A pleasant association among people
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(Chemistry) A functional entity consisting of certain atoms whose presence provides a certain property to a molecule, such as the methyl group.
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A feeling of devotion or adoration toward God or a god.
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(Countable) A father, mother and their sons and daughters; also called nuclear family.
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The possession, along with another or others, of a certain attribute or set of attributes:
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A common grievance, interest, or other similarity among a group of people that justifies treating them as a class for legal purposes. See also action.
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The Freemasons
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Find another word for fellowship. In this page you can discover 86 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for fellowship, like: sisterhood, club, amity, collegiality, scholarship, teaching fellowship, antagonism, brotherhood, comradeship, companionability and conviviality.