The state or relationship of being brothers.(noun)
An association of men, such as a fraternity or union, united for common purposes.(noun)
All the members of a profession or trade.(noun)
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Use "brotherhood" in a sentence
"M. O'BRIEN: Yes, you know, the term brotherhood and fraternity is used a lot and it's, in this case, so very real and just the idea of them being there, supporting each other in their final hours."
"JR Ward, because the brotherhood is a hoot (though not intentionally)."
""Equal to that, I am privileged to belong to what I call the brotherhood of veterans," he said."