(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
n. companionship, camaraderie, comradeship; neighborliness, amity; sodality, sorority, fraternity; scholarship, bursary. See sociality, friend, party, cooperation, payment, accompaniment.
(Roget's IV) n.
1. [Congenial social feeling]
Syn. comradeship, brotherhood, sisterhood, companionability, conviviality, sociality, sociability, intimacy, acquaintance, friendliness, familiarity, good-fellowship, amity, affability, camaraderie, fraternity, fellow feeling, commonality, collegiality, solidarity, bond, community of interest, togetherness*.
Ant. enmity, antagonism, unsociability.
2. [Congenial social activity]
Syn. society, companionship, comradeship, friendship, association, fraternization, communion, familiar intercourse, alliance, bonding, teamwork.
Ant. withdrawal*, retirement, aloofness.
3. [An association of people]
Syn. society, club, alliance, league; see organization 3 .
4. [Subsistence payment to encourage study]
Syn. stipend, grant, scholarship, honorarium, subsidy, endowment, foreign fellowship, teaching fellowship, Rockefeller fellowship, Woodrow Wilson fellowship, Rhodes scholarship, Guggenheim fellowship, assistantship.
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) n.
companionship, friendship, association, comradeship, fraternity, camaraderie, togetherness, brotherhood, communion. ''The ability to unite.''—Berl Katznelson.
(Roget's Thesaurus II) noun 1. A pleasant association among people: companionship, company, society. See CONNECT, GROUP. 2. A group of people united in a relationship and having some interest, activity, or purpose in common: association, club, confederation, congress, federation, fraternity, guild, league, order, organization, society, sorority, union. See GROUP. 3. The condition of being friends: chumminess, closeness, companionship, comradeship, familiarity, friendship, intimacy. See LOVE.

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