Camaraderie vs Playfellowship - What's the difference?

camaraderie | playfellowship |


As nouns the difference between camaraderie and playfellowship

is that camaraderie is close friendship in a group of friends or teammates while playfellowship is (rare) the state or duration of being playfellows; camaraderie between children.

camaraderie

Noun

(en noun)
  • Close friendship in a group of friends or teammates.
  • A spirit of familiarity and closeness
  • * 1838 , Caulincourt, Napoleon and his Times , Volume 1, page 175:
  • There was not one of Napoleon's intimate friends, however high in rank, who would have ventured to indulge in the sort of camaraderie'' which was kept up between the Emperor and his old ''moustaches .

    Synonyms

    * chumminess * comradery * comradeship * comradeliness

    playfellowship

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • (rare) The state or duration of being playfellows; camaraderie between children.