Comrade

Pronunciation of Comrade
/kˈɒmɹe͡ɪd/, /kˈɒmɹe‍ɪd/, /k_ˈɒ_m_ɹ_eɪ_d/

Antonyms for comrade:

antagonist, opponent, stranger, foe, enemy.

Synonyms for comrade:

Sense 1

trotskyist, left-of-center, bolshevik, presidium, communist, marxist, maoism, member, politburo, the HUAC, socialism, the Labour Party, marxism, left wing, maoist, pinko, the House Un-American Activities Committee, leftist, compeer, the ANC, the labor movement.

Sense 2

social democracy, lefty, labour, the left wing.

Sense 3

pink.

Sense 4

red.

Sense 7

left.

fellow

shipmate.

Other synonyms and related words:

red, beau, fellow traveller, cohort, peer, marxist, commie, familiar spirit, alter ego, shipmate, buster, blighter, boyfriend, compatriot, lefty, sidekick, trotskyist, communist, leftist, fellow traveler, young man, helpmate, musketeer, swain, gent, feller, lad, compadre, compeer, cuss, member, confidante, maoist, fella, confrere, associate degree, blood brother, consort, chap, associate.

Sense 2 (noun)

the House Un-American Activities Committee, the labor movement, the HUAC, bolshevik, communist, the ANC.

ally (noun)

co-worker, compeer, compatriot, companion, sidekick, buddy, associate, intimate, friend, crony, mate, confidant, colleague, confidante, pal, partner, chum.

cohort (noun)

confrere.

communist (noun)

pinko.

companion (noun)

confidante.

comrade (noun)

fellow, companion, Familiar, brother, associate.

friend (noun)

mate, fellow, Familiar, colleague, classmate, acquaintance, company, roommate, teammate, crony, co-worker, buddy, pal, friend, playmate, sister, companion, ally, partner, cousin, amigo, confidant, chum, intimate, schoolmate, brother.

person (noun)

brother.

sidekick (noun)

sidekick.

Usage examples for comrade:

  • He was no longer her lover; he no longer recognised her even as his comrade. - "The Romantic", May Sinclair.
  • Carrie started the car and when it rolled away Jake looked at his comrade. - "Partners of the Out-Trail", Harold Bindloss.
  • " Let up," said a comrade. - "The Gold Trail", Harold Bindloss.

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