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
There is now no doubt that the administration is comprehensively laying a bet on Kim's willingness to change: for instance, Pompeo was pictured in a chummy photo-op with the North Korean leader in Pyongyang.
On Thursday evening, during a visit to the Greenhouse Center charity in London, reporters caught up with the ever-chummy brothers outside the event.
But either way, the optics aren’t great with officials and teams looking this chummy.
Senators who serve together on committees tend to be even closer -- and more chummy -- with one another.
And to make matters worse, Harvick's team was caught on camera looking a little too chummy with NASCAR officials.
And Trump’s Twitter attack on Putin could mark a dangerous turn in their once-chummy relationship.
Seemingly simultaneously, Hermione and Hiram discuss Fred’s chances in the mayoral election, and Hiram wants to keep Fred and Archie not-quite-chummy to hurt Fred’s platform of family values.
There is nothing at all ignoble about an approachable, crowd-pleasing menu made with care and served by a chummy cast of characters in a boisterous, marketing-friendly environment.
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