Without its Korean frenemy, the company will have to switch to a new megasupplier.
"From far away, she's OK," as Clueless' Cher (Alicia Silverstone) famously explains of her frenemy, Amber.
The compulsively aggressive Australian is a great businessman, writes press baron and Rupert frenemy Conrad Black.
Longtime press baron and Murdoch frenemy Conrad Black on what Michael Wolff got wrong in his new biography of the media titan.
I don't really count going to 1Oak as being a socialite," sniffs a woman who refers to Snowdon-Jones as her "frenemy.
Gwyneth had a frenemy once and was troubled at the joy she felt when this person suffered a terrible public humiliation.
a person who pretends to be a friend but is actually an enemy; a rival with which one maintains friendly relations
There seems to be a frenemy relationship between Google and other search engines.