chummy


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Related to chummy: fraught, profusely, requisite, relentlessly

chummy

Friendly or close. You two are awfully chummy these days—I guess you must have made up after that fight.

chummy

mod. friendly. Don’t get too chummy with me. I’m a real son of a bitch.
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That big lizard was an Argentine tegu named Chummy. Tegus are omnivorous reptiles that live in tropical rain forests and semi-deserts of South America.
Hand-holding during the Our Father can be very chummy. It can also be coercive.
The actress had been due to reappear in the BBC drama as loveable midwife Camilla "Chummy" Browne.
He was polite, pleasant and possibly even chummy, striking up an easy rapport with his prey - before cornering him during their final, onscreen confrontation.
Miranda Hart's character Chummy appears briefly, but I'm told she hasn't flown over.
Miranda Hart's character Chummy appears briefly in it, but hasn't travelled to South Africa for filming.
She said: "I'm very sad not to have been able to be involved in series five but, on the plus side, maybe Chummy can come back in the next series as an enlightened, crazed 60s hippy, having an affair with Paul McCartney.
Revisit our Paid to Prosecute project, a six-month Texas Tribune/Austin American-Statesman investigation that revealed a chummy and unusual financial arrangement between Texas Mutual Insurance and the Travis County DA's office.
Then Chummy falls asleep with a time-bomb ticking away.
"There's a dog in America called Chummy," she "It wears a nurse's outfit, the back of its owners car and on her rounds.
All this sounds like democracy to me, without doubt a far more democratic process than the closed, chummy world of the executive boardroom.
First, Miranda Hart's posh character Chummy is called upon to sort out a poorly run mother and baby home.
Stewart | Gordon in his 1929 Austin 7 chummy heads for the top
In series three Chummy (Miranda Hart) and PC Noakes (Ben Caplan) return to the area with baby Freddie, while former Sister Bernadette, now Shelagh (Laura Main), leaves behind her habit and prepares for her wedding to Dr Turner (Stephen McGann).