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Definition of Compadre
1. a close friend [n -S]
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Literary usage of Compadre
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. South by West, Or, Winter in the Rocky Mountains and Spring in Mexico by Rose Georgina Kingsley, Charles Kingsley (1874)
"former was told by the Governor that the man of all others he wanted to get rid of was his (the informer's) old partner, co-chief, and compadre. ..."
2. Reminiscences of a Ranger: Or, Early Times in Southern California by Horace Bell (1881)
"I once had a compadre who came near being my financial ruin. The author became a compadre in San Francisco in early times. To be a compadre is to stand as ..."