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  • s  (used informally) associated on close terms

  • 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.
  • But after they won the prize last week, the pair seemed buddy-buddy again.
  • I can rest easy through the weekend now, knowing that Rahm is buddy-buddy with everyone.

  • Germaine Greer in The Cheers
    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...
  • Andy Flower in Independent
    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...
  • Chris Paul in USA Today
    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...

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