Definitions

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  • adj. friendly
  • n. friend

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Examples

  • I miss the good times there and the friendy community.

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  • The left-wing media was hardly friendy to Clinton.

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  • To add insult to injury, Oh Canada was booed the same night the killing by “friendy” fire was revealed as the Canadiens visited the Islanders, and again the night thereafter when the Raptors visited the Pistons.

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  • Throughout Eastern Europe, language barriers mean traveling with a tour operator is cheaper and more user-friendy than going alone; TIP SHEET recommends www. inghams.co.uk and www. balkanholidays.co.ukFrancophilia: Year Of ManetIf you're living in China and yearning for a taste of Paris, you're in luck: France is spending $40 million to promote its culture in China, staging some 300 events on the mainland through 2005.

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  • Up until I started resenting her, we've had a friendy rapport.

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  • Article III-76 (6) refers, which goes through the usual tedium of requiring the Council, "on a proposal from the Commission" and "having considered any observations which the Member State concerned may wish to make", and "after an overall assessment"… (not exactly user-friendy text is it!)

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  • People are friendly, well as friendy as Boston gets, and despite the insane level of closures of the highways, the trains are still running effectively.

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  • Ogilvie Thompson said the strategy was consistent with the strong international consensus which now existed on growth and development friendy policies.

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  • On the contrary, free and friendy exchange of ideas has brought us close together.

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  • Buoyed and borne on by the strong, friendy current of the

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