Synonyms
Etymology

1. companionship

noun. ['kəmˈpænjənˌʃɪp'] the state of being with someone.

Synonyms

  • society
  • freemasonry
  • friendly relationship
  • friendship
  • fellowship

Etymology

  • -ship (English)
  • -sciepe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • companion (English)
  • companion (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Companionship

  • airship
  • ambassadorship
  • apprenticeship
  • authorship
  • battleship
  • bipartisanship
  • bipartisanship
  • blankenship
  • brinkmanship
  • brinksmanship
  • censorship
  • chairmanship
  • championship
  • citizenship
  • conservatorship
  • consulship
  • craftsmanship
  • craftsmanship
  • dealership
  • dictatorship

Sentences with companionship


1. Noun, singular or mass
Add a clean stuffed animal to give your young kitty some soft companionship inside his snuggle spot.

Quotes about companionship


1. Religion kept some of my relatives alive, because it was all they had. If they hadn't had some hope of heaven, some companionship in Jesus, they probably would have committed suicide, their lives were so hellish.
- Octavia Butler

2. The more one does and sees and feels, the more one is able to do, and the more genuine may be one's appreciation of fundamental things like home, and love, and understanding companionship.
- Amelia Earhart

3. The human soul is hungry for beauty; we seek it everywhere - in landscape, music, art, clothes, furniture, gardening, companionship, love, religion, and in ourselves. No one would desire not to be beautiful. When we experience the beautiful, there is a sense of homecoming.
- John O'Donohue

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