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Synonyms for familiar

Synonyms for familiar

Synonyms for familiar

a person attached to the household of a high official (as a pope or bishop) who renders service in return for support

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a friend who is frequently in the company of another

a spirit (usually in animal form) that acts as an assistant to a witch or wizard

well known or easily recognized

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within normal everyday experience

(usually followed by 'with') well informed about or knowing thoroughly

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having mutual interests or affections

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Offering a refreshingly different perspective on the familiarly grim Northern kitchen sink theatre of flat caps, black pudding and gloom, The Historians is a hilarious, moving and honest exploration of female friendship.
Although LPG would be the fuel for the future but the people in Pakistan do not have much familiarly with it so far.
Out of one machine steps the familiarly lofty figure of David Pipe, with Tom Scudamore at his side.
Contingent capital bonds familiarly referred to as CoCos, are being lauded by regulators as a new and crucial financial instrument that
Known familiarly within the RNLI as 'JJ' he is well-known for charity marathon running in aid of the lifeboats.
street-corners, in tears, in spasms this day, to speak familiarly before
Just as Peter is immersing himself in ironing out a recording contract and a tour schedule for the Master Planets a stranger appears at the family's door who seems to know his mother well and who refers to her familiarly as "Leah.
The CP, as it is familiarly called, is also popular among Latin American participants at the L.
Etisalat has signed a partnership agreement with FC Barcelona, the renowned European football club, known familiarly as BarE*a.
The superhero soon known familiarly as Cap was just what WWII Americans needed.
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It was just a year ago that photographer Tom Bianchi wrote a piece in these pages deploring a law familiarly known as "2257" that required producers of erotic art to keep detailed records of all the models who ever appeared in their work.
This series follows a class of recruits through their 18-week training period, but tonight's premiere only covers the first few days -- including Day One, Black Monday, as it's familiarly known.
On first impression, Robert Russell's second solo show of paintings at Anna Helwing Gallery, much like his debut, conformed to a familiarly Richteresque template.
Settling into his placid new home, he had no idea that he'd soon be, familiarly enough, in a battleground of clashing creeds, complete with terrorism and flying bullets, and that one of those bullets was meant for him.