Examples of befriend in a Sentence
He befriended the new student.
Recent Examples of befriend from the Web
The parties recognize the good of some giants and begin befriending them.
Mr Trump does not have qualms about befriending strongmen.
Chris Kalis, who befriended Jugle at York Community High School in the late 90s and would later play in Chandeliers with him, remembers when Jugle first played him the 1995 Aphex Twin album . .
Morgan is a memorabilia dealer and Marilyn Monroe expert who befriended Lee’s daughter and only child J.C. Lee, and since February has increasingly taken control of Lee’s life.
Jankowski, who befriended the actress in her later years, told Fox News her estate approved the book and her sons are aware of it.
During one such trip, Henson befriended the abolitionist Samuel Atkins Eliot, a former mayor of Boston and state legislator; Eliot would later serve in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Teri, whom Jan had befriended several weeks earlier, had been at the Manders’ house learning to sew the night Michelle disappeared.
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.
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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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