pally (with someone)

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pally (with someone)

Having or exhibiting a friendly attitude toward or relationship with someone, especially to an excessive degree. Sarah's become very pally with me all of a sudden. I wonder what she wants. They've gotten awfully pally since they started working on this project together.
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pally (with someone)

friendly or overly friendly with someone, as a pal would be. I don't know why Sue acts so pally. I hardly know her. She doesn't seem pally with me.

pally

verb

pally (with someone)

mod. friendly or overly friendly with someone. I don’t know why Sue acts so pally. I hardly know her.
See also: pally, someone
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