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Sodality

a fellowship or fraternity.

Examples : military sodality of musketeers, crossbowmen, archers, swordsmen in every town, 1855; the sodality of the Chaplet of Our Lady, 1628; the sodality with the Jesuits to overthrow our country, 1600; the seraphick sodality (seraphim collectively ), 1737.

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sodality

sodality religious guild for mutual help, etc. XVI. — F. or L., f sodālis member of a brotherhood or corporation; see -ITY.

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