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
At the launch, where proceeds benefitted nonprofit organization Baby2Baby, the duo was cordial but not overly chummy.
Besides, with notable exceptions (including a couple of Skyped-in folks who’ve been nauseatingly chummy with Spicer), most questions from the right-leaning outlets have been legit.
Relations between the United States and Turkey have been worsening in recent months, despite President Trump’s chummy relationship with Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s increasingly authoritarian president.
In other Asian capitals, Trump's relationships aren't as chummy.
Trump has made a show of being especially chummy with Pelosi, Schumer and other Democrats this week, alarming some members of his own party.
At the same time, the president and Stephenson were looking increasingly chummy.
In September, with the crackdown underway in Burma, Modi made a chummy official visit to its capital, boasting afterward about deepening cooperation between the two countries.
But Abe made determined efforts to get on the right side of Trump, being the first foreign leader to visit him after his election victory and holding a chummy summit with him at Mar-a-Lago just a few weeks after Trump’s inauguration.
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First Known Use of chummy
Synonymsbosom, buddy-buddy, familiar, close, especial, friendly, inseparable, intimate, inward, near, thick, tight
Related Wordsclannish, close-knit, tight-knit; affable, boon, companionable, convivial, cordial, genial, gracious, hearty; gregarious, sociable, social; comfortable, cozy, easy, snug; amicable, neighborly; confidential, secretive; adoring, affectionate, dear, devoted, fond, loving, tender, tenderhearted, warm
Near Antonymsaloof, antisocial, cold, cool, detached, distant, frosty, remote, reserved, standoffish, unfriendly, unsociable, withdrawn
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