chummy


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very closely associated

Synonyms for chummy

(used colloquially) having the relationship of friends or pals

(used informally) associated on close terms

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CALL the Midwife's muchloved Chummy won't appear in the next series.
Jennifer remembers back to 1959, as Chummy attempts to choreograph a dance involving little girls dressed as snowflakes for the Sunday School Christmas concert - it's a task that proves to be far harder than she imagined.
Chummy puts a show has a storyline, as together with the little girls and it's very sweet.
As for Chummy herself, she struggles with life as a domestic goddess, and ends up back in midwifery by accident.
Chummy (played by Miranda Hart) is particularly involved in this story.
In elementary school and junior high, I remember long hours in the car to visit Chummy twice a year in Florida, wondering what we were going to catch this time.
Chummy Browne, played by Miranda Hart in Call The Midwife
Also, there is the conflict of the regulator looking out for his or her personal future by becoming chummy with industry executives/prospective employers.
What upset the Villa camp was that the ref appeared surprisingly chummy with some of the Chelsea players in the pre-match pleasantries and at times during the game.
Chummy relationships, no vetoes, and record-breaking debts.
Citation indexing would appear a perfect means to assess an environment as chummy as the blogosphere.
Conrad Burns and his staff were quite chummy with Jack Abramoff, the disgraced lobbyist said in an exclusive interview with Vanity Fair.
It's usually brief, it doesn't get too chummy, and I never end up spilling details of my personal life to, say, Yoko Ono or some actor whose movie I have to pretend to like in order to get the interview.
When we piled out of the car in front of the grocery store, there was Chummy lying on the roof of our car, proud as could be.
To first-time feature director Arie Posin and his writing partner, Zac Stanford, Chummy represents teenage rage or apocalyptic cleansing or something.