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friend·ly  (frndl)
adj. friend·li·er, friend·li·est
1. Of, relating to, or befitting a friend: friendly advice.
2. Favorably disposed; not antagonistic: a government friendly to our interests.
3. Warm; comforting.
a. User-friendly.
b. Informal Easy to understand or use for a specified agent. Often used in combination: a reader-friendly novel; a consumer-friendly policy.
In the manner of a friend; amicably.
n. pl. friend·lies Informal
One fighting on or favorable to ones own side: If I read this right, youre the only friendly we have there right now (Tom Clancy).

friendli·ly adv.
friendli·ness n.

friendly  /frndli/  adj. -lier, -liest 1 helpful, pleasant, agreeable: She has a friendly manner with customers.||This bar has a friendly atmosphere. 2 referring to a relationship of mutual fondness and trust: He is friendly with his supervisor; they often go out to lunch together. 3 friendly fire: a situation in which soldiers are accidentally killed or wounded by other soldiers from their own side: She discovered that her brother was killed by friendly fire. -n. [U] friendliness.

Thesaurus: friendly 1 warm, welcoming, hospitable. Ant. unfriendly. 2 close with, sociable with,
on good terms with. Ant. distant. Friendly

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