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get along famously (with someone)

To have an exceptionally good relationship (with someone); to get along very well (with someone). I'm glad you finally got to meet my brother—I knew you two would get along famously. My grandparents have been married for over 50 years and they still get along famously!
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get on famously

To have an exceptionally good relationship (with someone); to get along very well. I'm glad you finally got to meet my brother—I knew you two would get on famously. My grandparents have been married for over 50 years and they still get on famously!
See also: famously, get, on

get on/along ˈfamously

(old-fashioned, informal) have a very good relationship: My mother and my mother-in-law are getting on famously.
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The mountaintop retreat--nominally founded by the anarchist Mikhail Bakunin (at a time when it was still known as Monescia) in the 1870s--flourished between 1900 and 1940, when it attracted anarchists, nudists, and Theosophists alongside such figures as Martin Buber, Hugo Ball, Tristan Tzara, Rudolf von Laban, Isadora Duncan, Hermann Hesse (who famously had his alcoholism treated there), and the sexual revolutionary Otto Gross.
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From the "cowards, bullies and clowns" (as critic Robert Fothergill famously described them), to the benumbed figures trapped in the technological murk of the 1980s, to the amnesiac masculine mists of Guy Maddin and Robert Lepage, the Canadian cinematic male has always been somehow incomplete or deficient, if not downright gravely wounded.
He and my dad get on famously, which is really important.