chummy chummy  /ˈtʃə mi/


  1. (adj) (used colloquially) having the relationship of friends or pals
  2. (adj) (used informally) associated on close terms


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  1. "Now the current generation are all having lunch together, and they go off and play for a million dollars," Faldo told The Times of London and the Daily Mail. "It is interesting to me that now they are all so much more chummy."
    on Jul 17, 2007 By: Nick Faldo Source: San Diego Union Tribune

  2. "They may be very chummy for the cameras but I think we know from these revelations that things behind the scenes are bitter and there is deep division between the prime minister and the treasurer," Mr Swan said today. "As long as they both...
    on Jul 19, 2007 By: Wayne Swan Source: The Australian

  3. Of criticism that he doesn't spend time talking with the golfers he is commenting about, Miller said, "The way I announce I'm not going to be real chummy. The gallery loves my announcing. The people at home like my announcing because they are...
    on Jun 8, 2007 By: Johnny Miller Source: Los Angeles Times

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