Examples of befriend in a Sentence
He befriended the new student.
Recent Examples of befriend from the Web
That was the year Ripken befriended a young outfielder named Brady Anderson, who would play alongside him for the 14 seasons and remains a close friend.
Even more than her fiction or the chance to befriend a famous author, Rand’s philosophy bound the Collective to her.
For the most part, hunters try to befriend bankers and not disrupt operations.
Most residents love to fish and those who don't make sure to befriend someone who does.
Walbridge also has befriended Whitley, who offers advice about dealing with recruiters, scouts and eventually agents.
To be able to befriend him over the years, and now work with him, is a joy for me and really good for our organization.
Michael Channels, who befriended Manson by mail and sold his songs and artwork, is also fighting for the estate.
Monsieur Ibrahim and the Flowers of the Koran Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt performs a stage adaptation of his coming-of-age tale about a young Jewish orphan who befriends an elderly Muslim grocer in 1960s Paris; in French with English subtitles.
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BEFRIEND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of befriend for English Language Learners
: to become a friend to (someone)
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