human companionship

hu·man com·pan·ion·ship

anthropophobia, phobanthropy.
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I craved human companionship, and, coming off the poop, took my place by the side of the boatswain (a man whom I did not like) in a comparatively dry spot where at worst we had water only up to our knees.
For over twenty years, from infancy to manhood, the ape-man had roamed his savage jungle haunts without human companionship of any nature.
The dark removed the stimulus of human companionship, and a tear actually slid down her cheek, accompanying a sudden conviction within her that she loved Ralph, and that he didn't love her.
Step by step she was luring him away from the security of his human companionship. Once, as though a warning had in vague ways flitted through his intelligence, he turned his head and looked back at the overturned sled, at his team-mates, and at the two men who were calling to him.
I followed her, for my way was north too; but had it been south I still should have followed, so hungry was I for human companionship in this world of beasts and reptiles and half-men.
In all the places he went, Khandalaft mixed adventure with the wonders of human companionship and sharing especially culture.
The hiker, too, finds human companionship painful to endure, yet he is drawn to wounded Laurelie the way he is drawn to the bobcat.
In another video clip, Antonis Katsaris, Zoe Kyprianou, and Sotos Stavrakis, explain that keeping a dog on a balcony, roof, locked up in a cage, tied to a chain and without human companionship is an abuse.
They are real people dogs and thrive on human companionship.
They draw confidence from one another, absolutely adore human companionship and can live with young adults over the age of 16.
Dogs require lots of mental and physical stimulation, as well as human companionship.
These animals are often in ill health and have problems like poor socialization skills due to lack of human companionship and genetic defects due to inbreeding," CARA says on its own website.

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