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Definition of: familiar

(fə·milyər) adjective
1. Having close knowledge; well acquainted; thoroughly versed; followed by with.
2. Having the relation of an intimate or near friend; arising from or characterized by close acquaintance; not distant; informal.
3. Exercising undue intimacy; forward; intrusive.
4. Well known, as from habitual use or long acquaintance; common; frequent; customary.
5. Domesticated; attached: said of animals. See synonyms under COMMON, GENERAL, HABITUAL, USUAL.

1. An intimate friend.
2. A person with whom one frequently associates.
3. A spirit supposed to attend and obey a sorcerer: also familiar spirit.
4. A servant of a prelate of the Roman Catholic Church, or the inquisition. [<L familiaris of the family <familia family]

Most often used phrases:

i m familiar
familiar face
aren t familiar
intimately familiar
familiar faces
people familiar
you re familiar
familiar sight
also familiar
sound familiar
sounds familiar
familiar names
familiar figure
wasn t familiar
editors familiar

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"familiar" has the frequency of use of 0.0094% on city-data.com forum

"familiar" has the frequency of use of 0.0028% on en.wikipedia.org.

Phrases starting with the letter: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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