Going back to Belgrade after 11 years, there was a newness to it, so the experience of it was familiarly exciting.
He so endeared himself to a young Pakistani American, Majid Khan, that Khan referred to him familiarly as Chacha—“Uncle” in Urdu.
With these rooms I might now have been familiarly acquainted!
Yes, I believe I know some that have been familiarly acquainted with it.
"Good-morning, mistress," said he familiarly, approaching Madame Desvarennes.
Every mile on the surface of the globe will be familiarly known.
The learned gentleman it appears has a brother, by name Gilbert, familiarly known in the circle as "Gil."
The term is also familiarly used for retreating out of a difficulty.
The first person to come up was no other than Mrs. Pennet—Meg Pennet, as she was familiarly called.
familiarly said of having a meal to assuage hunger; to be silenced.
mid-14c., "intimate, very friendly, on a family footing," from Old French famelier, from Latin familiaris "domestic, of a household;" also "familiar, intimate, friendly," dissimilated from *familialis, from familia (see family). The sense gradually broadened. Of things, from late 15c. The noun meaning "demon, evil spirit that answers one's call" is from 1580s.