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  • Relations between the two countries have always been friendly especially in political field.
  • Relations between the two countries have always been friendly especially in the political field.
  • Attack aircraft can be used to provide support for friendly ground troops.
  • The national teams also meet for friendly games from time to time.
  • The present-day relations between the two countries are described as friendly and long standing.
  • He played in several pre-season friendly matches for the club.
  • From then on, all four teams started playing regular friendlies against each other.
  • They were also beginning to receive friendly fire from allied troops who did not know their location.
  • Their correspondence shows that they remained on friendly terms until the end of his life.
  • The two countries had always enjoyed friendly ties and trade between each other.
  • Most of the events and entertainment are free and family friendly.
  • He called for a new style of official writing, friendly in tone and easy to understand.
  • India has friendly relations with several countries in the developing world.
  • Both countries provided military support to a new friendly state in North Korea.
  • Currently, the two countries have friendly relations in many areas.
  • The city was noticed for friendly people, great food, and green and pretty public places.
  • Suppose the word she was about to speak should not make his face friendlier? Cited from The Ward of King Canute by Ottilie A. Liljencrantz
  • After this match Germany no longer played international friendlies because of the war.
  • He developed a reputation as being very friendly with children.
  • Considered employee-friendly, the labor law makes it difficult to lay off staff.
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Words starting with friendly

Meaning of friendly

  • noun Troops belonging to or allied with your own military forces
    friendlies came to their rescue
  • adjective Characteristic of or befitting a friend
    friendly advice, a friendly neighborhood, the only friendly person here, a friendly host and hostess
  • adjective Easy to understand or use
    user-friendly computers, a consumer-friendly policy, a reader-friendly novel
  • adjective Of or belonging to your own country's forces or those of an ally
    in friendly territory, he was accidentally killed by friendly fire