Fellowships [noun]

Definition of Fellowships:

sociability, association

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Sentence/Example of Fellowships:

Moreover, the suggestion Barrett was a “past faculty member” appears broader than her work as a past speaker with the fellowship as she disclosed at the time to the committee, although that could be splitting hairs.

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She tried for a competitive fellowship at the New York Times, and she just didn’t get it, and that’s it.

She will also supervise ProPublica’s Emerging Reporters program, a fellowship for students of color working at college journalism outlets.

So, unlike a lot of physicians who get interested in research in medical-school residency or fellowship, I actually went to medical school with the express purpose of becoming a research-based integrative physiologist.

Shall the throne of iniquity have fellowship with thee, which frameth mischief by a law?

She and Bessie not only got along well, but became warm friends and enjoyed sweet fellowship in the Spirit.

Christians who indulge in dancing turn away from God and seek fellowship with the world.

And if I am, I shall hope very soon to exchange it for a happier fellowship, Eva.

He had come to sun himself again in the warmth of her fellowship; he was stirred by her emphasis of their separation and reunion.