Examples of chummy in a Sentence
She was getting chummy with the reporters.
the neighboring families know each other but are hardly chummy
Recent Examples of chummy from the Web
The anti-Qatar bloc has long viewed Doha as too chummy with Iran, too provocative in its backing of Al Jazeera and similar media outlets, and too supportive of Islamist movements.
Modi’s chummy overtures mark a stark change from years of being shunned by American officials because of religious violence in his home state of Gujarat.
Kelly’s segment on Jones, which appeared heavily edited even by TV’s time-conscious standards, turned out to be far from chummy.
And in the course of their successful collaboration, the hard-driving F.B.I. agents and the former frontline spy evolved into a chummy mutual-admiration society.
In petri dishes, the two types of cells seemed chummy.
Suddenly, the reason this duo was so chummy became clear –
Look for the affable, chummy young gentleman with sturdy shoulders signing film-franchise contracts.
Sure, that gives it the slight tinge of a chummy, politics-free, armed-services recruitment video — especially when Common’s around to play the supportive sergeant always this-close from breaking into a smile.
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First Known Use of chummy
CHUMMY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chummy for English Language Learners
: very friendly
CHUMMY Defined for Kids
Definition of chummy for Students
: very friendly He slapped me on the back in a chummy way.
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