buddy-buddy buddy-buddy


  • (adj) (used informally) associated on close terms



  1. The old buddy-buddy relationship between the Pentagon and arms makers who blithely exceed contract costs and expect taxpayers to pick up the tab has ended.
  2. I can rest easy through the weekend now, knowing that Rahm is buddy-buddy with everyone.
  3. But the transparent effort to present a buddy-buddy image tailed to camouflage the uneasy relations between the circumspect Carter and the blunt, ebullient Mexican.



  1. "Everybody loves Bill. Bill is adorable and Bill is always flattering me and inviting me to stuff in Britain and we're buddy-buddy, and I like him," said Greer, adding, "I don't like Hillary because she's so bossy and cold and manipulative...
    on Mar 10, 2008 By: Germaine Greer Source: The Cheers

  2. Flower said: "We all have our differences and you aren't going to always to be buddy-buddy with people, that goes for Kevin and I and a lot of other people when you're trying to prod people to improve. You don't necessarily have to get on...
    on Jan 21, 2009 By: Andy Flower Source: Independent

  3. "Guys aren't familiar with each other," Paul said. "I'm excited to see the competitiveness ...... to see if it's going to be buddy-buddy or if it's going to be, 'Hey, I want your position.' I'd much rather it be guys coming to get your...
    on Sep 28, 2009 By: Chris Paul Source: USA Today

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