adjective, friend·li·er, friend·li·est.
noun, plural friend·lies.
Origin of friendly
Synonyms for friendly
Antonyms for friendly
Examples from the Web for friendlier
At once, Titanic's memory improved, and his attitude got friendlier.
Southern incumbents like Mark Pryor and Mary Landrieu have seen some friendlier poll numbers.Here’s What Happens When the GOP Takes Over the Senate|Michael Tomasky|April 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Is an image on a cell phone—up-close and personal—always a friendlier face?The Portrait Gallery Face-Off: Fresh, Famous, and Quirky Faces Win the Day|Chloë Ashby|November 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This would leave the top rate under ATRA untouched while shifting the terms of the tax debate to friendlier terrain.
Workplace culture is changing as well, in ways that make the office a friendlier, more enjoyable place.
The thought consoled her for being shut out of their lives, as she felt she must have been, even had Henry been friendlier.Ghetto Comedies|Israel Zangwill
And which of the two would you take to be the more united people—the friendlier among themselves?The Memorabilia|Xenophon
They were on friendlier terms on arriving home than they had been for many years.Married|August Strindberg
One feels on friendlier terms with furniture that one has shoved about a little.Dawn O'Hara, The Girl Who Laughed|Edna Ferber
After this they went to the postmaster, who was Drouet's friend, and the same line of business made them friendlier still.The Royal Life Guard|Alexander Dumas (pere)