friendly with


: having a casual rather than close friendship
They are friendly with their new neighbors.

Examples of friendly with in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Last summer, Kardashian was spotted looking friendly with legendary quarterback Tom Brady, though Rubin, 51, shut down any rumors of a romance. Nicholas Rice, Peoplemag, 11 Feb. 2024 The sibling duo is an odd one: Janet is bubbly and chatty, friendly with everyone. Sarah Schutte, National Review, 21 Jan. 2024 Epstein, who died by suicide in August 2019, was known to be friendly with a number of high-profile figures — including with former Presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, tech mogul Bill Gates and Britain’s Prince Andrew. Martha Ross, The Mercury News, 3 Jan. 2024 Not-China is much bigger than China, and significant chunks of it are already friendly with the U.S. Dominic Pino, National Review, 10 Jan. 2024 The atmosphere is formal yet friendly with spacious communal areas perfect for impromptu meet-ups, quality time spent with friends, family or even for business trips. Kaye O'Doherty, theweek, 9 Jan. 2024 Sundberg is friendly with Téllez and said she’s seen how hurtful online commentary in these types of groups can be. Taylor Lorenz, Washington Post, 1 Dec. 2023 Prince William in real life, the couple has remained friendly with Rupert in the years since. Kelsie Gibson, Peoplemag, 14 Dec. 2023 And so while Morton was an English guy, he was seen as friendly with the Native Americans, and his book was banned. Chris Klimek, Smithsonian Magazine, 5 Oct. 2023 See More

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“Friendly with.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 25 Feb. 2024.

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