noun, plural bud·dies.
verb (used without object), bud·died, bud·dy·ing.
- to become friendly; be on friendly or intimate terms.
- to work closely together: to buddy up with a student from another high school.
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Willingham soon suspected his buddy was involved in bad stuff.
So the Beatles had recorded that Buddy Holly song many times?
For instance, the Beatles rendition of Crying, Waiting, Hoping, the great Buddy Holly song.
Alas, there will be no buddy movie to capture the Abramson/McConnell rapport.
Buddy Cianci knows the soul of Providence—and voters apparently know the ex-mayor a little too well to forgive and forget.Former Providence Mayor & Ex-Con Buddy Cianci's Redemption Tour Goes Bust|David Freedlander|November 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The first thing Buddy did was to stoop and study attentively the dead snake, to see if the tail still wiggled.
Anyway, it did Buddy a lot of good and must have been fine practice.
Dick Grimes called to him, to know if he wanted any help, and Buddy yelled, "No!"
Buddy ran and got it, and in one end he made a loop, just like the cowboys do when they lasso a wild steer, or a horse.Buddy And Brighteyes Pigg|Howard R. Garis
Any kind of a fox, deceased or otherwise, is fair game for Buddy.