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Synonyms for friendly

of or befitting a friend or friends

very closely associated

Synonyms for friendly

troops belonging to or allied with your own military forces

characteristic of or befitting a friend

inclined to help or support

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easy to understand or use

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of or belonging to your own country's forces or those of an ally

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The Bee Friendlier program is focused on driving these actions: 1.
With an aim to offer a friendlier experience for guests coming to Alba, the visitors' lounge area has been spruced up with new flooring, lighting and furniture, and a reception area.
Friendlier environment: BBC WM presenter Tammy Gooding with patients Angel Edwards (left) and Reagan Kerr.
Today he has taken friendlier approaches toward Syria and its main ally in Lebanon the Shiite military group Hizbullah.
Asked about Olly's relationship with single mum Stacey, Ben said: "They definitely seem to be getting friendlier.
It provides businesses with tips on how to maintain a cleaner, greener and environmentally friendlier office.
No one doubts Rogers' commitment to making cities friendlier and more livable.
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Hershco purchased both parcels of land in February 2005 following the rezoning, which made downtown development friendlier to developers.
Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition'' feels like a warm apology, giving gamers new features and a slightly friendlier game-play experience after beating them into submission with the previous version.
Salvador's Camaval is friendlier and more involving than Rio's--a party where you don't just watch floats; you dance on them.
People are a lot friendlier there than say, Paris, and the chicks are just as hot.
We now have a friendlier, faster and safer traffic flow that reduces travel times at least by half," says Public Works Minister Jaime Estevez.
Children and Youth Services Minister Marie Bountrogianni said, "The current system is too rigid," as she announced plans to make "adoption more flexible for individual children and friendlier for parents.
Many early Americans preferred the now-forgotten world history of the Frenchman Abbe Millot, a less monumental work but infinitely friendlier to republican values than Gibbon.