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hail–fellow–well–met

adjective hail–fel·low–well–met \-lō-ˌwel-ˈmet, -lə-ˌwel-\

Definition of HAIL-FELLOW-WELL-MET

:  heartily friendly and informal :  comradely
hail–fellow–well–met noun

Origin of HAIL-FELLOW-WELL-MET

from the archaic salutation Hail, fellow! Well met!
First Known Use: 1581

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