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friendies (noun) : more than one person that you feel especailly close to; more than one best friend
My best friendies are Joe and Rachel —Marie Peckham, My brain, 12\4\07
Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 04, 2007 15:51
friendily (adverb) : in a friendly way
Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 12, 2008 02:50
(noun) : a relationship that's more than a friendship with none of the benefits of a relationship
I'm tired of being in this friendlationship; I cant be waiting forever.
Submitted by: Auston Arellano from Texas on Apr. 24, 2008 15:36
(noun) : A relationship in which both partners are able to see other people
Bob and Cindy are in a friendlationship
Submitted by: David from Georgia Us on Feb. 22, 2007 19:50
friendor (noun) : A vendor who becomes friends with his customer.
The vendor did business with his customers for so long he became their friendor.
Submitted by: Andrew Klein from Mississippi on May. 09, 2007 10:05
Friendsgiving (noun) : a gathering of friends to celebrate Thanksgiving often occurring the day before or after Thanksgiving Day
Submitted by: Casie Tindell from Iowa on Nov. 18, 2015 12:33
friendtential (noun) : the potential to become someone's friend
Mike and I have great friendtential seeing as we love all the same shows and go to church together.
Submitted by: Kevin Pugh from Tennessee on Oct. 09, 2012 22:22
friendzoner (noun) : a person who habitually rebukes any efforts to turn a platonic relationship into a romantic one
Submitted by: Anonymous on May. 06, 2017 10:42
(noun) : a person that is both your friend and your enemy
" I don't know. She's my friend and my enemy," Chase said. " She's a frienemy!" his little sister said.
Submitted by: loretta on Mar. 22, 2008 06:49
(noun) : Someone who is your friend one moment and a bitter rival the next.
They are being such frienemies today.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 09, 2008 18:02
(noun) : 1)a person who is attatched to another by affection although they may be hostile or be dangerous, 2) a friend and enemy, 3) a person who is considered an enemy but whom you like.
Sometimes my frienemy Jennifer angers me and it gets on my nerves.
Submitted by: kenni bennett from Washington on Jul. 15, 2007 18:44
(noun) : Vindictive haters that want to stick around to see you fall. They want to push you out of the frying pan "straight in the fire!" Will suck you dry of your energy, encourage you for the worst, while acting as a friend. They smile in your face and deceit, deprivation, and deviation are their motives.
"Co-workers and neighbors are the worst frienemies to have."
Submitted by: ChinaBlue22 from Massachusetts on Jun. 20, 2007 09:18
(noun) : 1. a person who is your friend and still your enemy. 2. One who knows inside information about you and betrays you to someone who really hates you.
He acts like my confidant, but he has become my frienemy. Information we discussed in secret is now on the editor's desk.
Submitted by: word snake from Puerto Rico on Feb. 13, 2007 22:00
(noun) : A person who is both a friend and an enemy
I hold my frienemies at arm's length, because I like having them in my life, but I have good reason not to trust them. —Susanna Campbell, 7th grade Language Arts, Central Middle School, Waukesha, WI, April 12, 2006
Submitted by: Susanna Campbell on Apr. 12, 2006 13:55
(noun) : Someone who wishes you ill will but pretends to be your friend and have your best interest at heart. A perfect example of frienemistic behavior is the old adage of keeping your friends close and your enemies closer.
They are my friend, or they are my enemy So you call them frienemy, understand me —Salt N Pepa, Friends (lyrics)
Submitted by: Osibisa Peart from Florida on Sep. 28, 2005 10:07
frienemys (adjective) : friends who are really your enemys.
She is such a frienemy. —Mean Girls
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 14, 2006 00:41
frienlationship (noun) : when a platonic friendship has confusing, known, or implied romantic overtones, usually the period between a friendship and relationship
I really like him/her, but not enough to be totally committed, and since we both agree, our frienlationship has gotten much stronger.
Submitted by: Carlitografx from Tennessee on Apr. 28, 2007 23:17