friendliness / ˈfrɛnd li /


friendliness3 个定义

adj. 形容词 adjective

friend·li·er, friend·li·est.

  1. characteristic of or befitting a friend; showing friendship: a friendly greeting.
  2. like a friend; kind; helpful: a little friendly advice.
  3. favorably disposed; inclined to approve, help, or support: a friendly bank.
adv. 副词 adverb
  1. Also friend·li·ly . in a friendly manner; like a friend.
n. 名词 noun

plural friend·lies.

  1. a person who is in sympathetic relationship to oneself or one's side; an ally or supporter.

friendliness 近义词

n. 名词 noun



  1. It’s certainly the definition of a long-term bet, which may not satisfy the green brigade, but it’s burnishing the climate-friendly reputation of plenty of politicians.
  2. Located in Cedar Springs, it is known for its cheap drinks, friendly atmosphere, and comfortable patio area.
  3. In a friendly, Jamaican defender Oniel Fisher played 90 minutes in a 2-1 victory at Saudi Arabia.
  4. The two agencies have enjoyed a friendly post-Cold War relationship, but Soyuz dependence meant launching on Russia’s schedule.
  5. Flipboard has spent 2020 making itself more commerce-friendly.
  6. But that friendliness also explains the acrimoniousness of many of his feuds.
  7. Ah, gay Paree—the French capital has practically announced its own LGBT friendliness since the Belle Époque.
  8. The friendliness of their first Texas customers surprised and heartened the Kallisons.
  9. He has the potential to complicate the unfailing friendliness of Jimmy Fallon by peppering in a little bite.
  10. Every step toward inscrutability is a step away from accountability, or fond hopes like programming in friendliness toward humans.
  11. The last vestige of her prejudice against Indians had melted and gone, in the presence of their simple-hearted friendliness.
  12. As if within her bonny smile and unshrinking friendliness he beheld something new and wonderfully beautiful.
  13. Knowing of Talpers's friendliness for the rebellious element among the Indians, Lowell looked at the trader in surprise.
  14. She was not rude to him, but, despite her inclination, she failed to repay his friendliness in kind as of yore.
  15. She was riding close beside him—an embodied friendliness—a soft and womanly Chloe, very different from the old.