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adjective as in helped

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All of them can befriended or even wooed, in typical “Sims” fashion.

He has befriended many of the people who sleep on the streets not far from his office, and he was worried about them.

In your study, the story you tell about why we prefer to marry or befriend deontologists is that, naturally, if I’m looking for someone to marry I’m going to want someone who’ll give me preferential treatment over a stranger in another country.

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As a piece of fatherly advice, he told her the first people she should befriend in a school are the building workers.

He befriended Boston comics on the side and eventually started performing at restaurants and bars, followed by mayoral charity dinners and other civic functions.

In 1950, Serna earned his Ph.D. from the University of Havana, where he had befriended a classmate named Fidel Castro.

One Depression-era family the Kallisons befriended was that of Walter Sachtleben.

Scott befriended Brooks, 18, a 2013 graduate of The Haverford School.

Tapsic befriended Triplett while the two were at Penn State.

They fought alongside them, healed them, and often befriended them.

Lawrence told him he had been to visit Judge Lindsly, who had greatly befriended him when he was small.

What else but the intercession of the saint whom he had befriended obtained for this heathen the grace of the Faith and martyrdom?

It thus became no easy matter to drive the Rangers from a territory so dear to them, and in which they were befriended by all.

In early life Han-Sin suffered great poverty, and for some time was befriended by a poor woman who bleached flax.

The boys were silent, wondering at the strange man who had befriended them.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to befriended, such as: abetted, accompanied, advised, assisted, backed, and bolstered.

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