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  • adj. Like, or relating to a friend.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • After getting off the plane from Canberra and catching the airtrain in, as advertised, my better half and I will be holding court at the Mana bar for any passing friends, be they Burgerish, SCAish or general friendish.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » A thread in which the endless faffage of next weekend’s burger extravaganza is organized. Sort of.

  • I won't name names (Don Wade) but some were actually, if not quite real friends, then at least friendish (Judy Markey).


  • This was actually a pretty good intellectual thriller of the "college novel" subgenre -- epitomized by Donna Tartt's stupendous The Secret History, Pamela Dean's almost-as-stupendous faerie ghost novel Tam Lin, and Elizabeth Hand's luridly enjoyable Waking the Moon -- in which the college, and the strange hothouse nature of relationships usually intellectual as well as erotic or friendish at college, are major matters of the story.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • anyway, we ended up not birthday partying in the club district (victory!) but rather meeting some of the party-goers (who retreated from what turned out to be more a familyish rather than friendish celebration) at the green room.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • i don't want to be comfortable going to movies alone! only perverts go to movies alone. [or so a friendish ex's ex's mum had always told him.] [[well ... it does make sense, ja?]] but i still holdfast to all statements made in regards to loretta lynn. which reminds me, i'm going to go get a sloe gin fizz. comments??

    pojken Diary Entry


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