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chummy

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adjective, chum·my \ˈchə-mē\

Simple Definition of chummy

  • : very friendly

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of chummy

chummierchummiest

  1. :  quite friendly

chummily play \ˈchə-mə-lē\ adverb
chumminess play \ˈchə-mē-nəs\ noun

Examples of chummy in a sentence

  1. She was getting chummy with the reporters.

  2. <the neighboring families know each other but are hardly chummy>



1884

First Known Use of chummy

1884


CHUMMY Defined for Kids

chummy

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adjective chum·my \ˈchə-mē\

Definition of chummy for Students

chummierchummiest

  1. :  very friendly <He slapped me on the back in a chummy way.>





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