- 1The emotions or conduct of friends; the state of being friends: old ties of love and friendship this is an ideal group for finding support and friendshipMore example sentences
- Yes, they say that your future partner is your best friend and that friendship can turn into love.
- We know we are capable of love, loyalty and friendship, however much we fall short of our own standards.
- Since their childhood they had been friends and their friendship blossomed into love.
- 1.1 [count noun] A relationship between friends: she formed close friendships with womenMore example sentences
relationship, friendly relationship, close relationship, attachment, mutual attachment, alliance, association, close association, bond, tie, link, union; amity, camaraderie, friendliness, comradeship, companionship, fellowship, fellow feeling, closeness, affinity, rapport, understanding, harmony, unity; intimacy, mutual affection; cordial relations
- You bring harmony in friendships and relationships with a light and playful attitude.
- Any close friendships or bonds that grow out of the events the women are planning will be a bonus, they say.
- You betray relationships and friendships, and that's an unpleasant thing to do.
- 1.2A state of mutual trust and support between allied nations: because of the friendship between our countries, we had a very frank exchange the foreign ministers extended to eastern Europe the hand of friendshipMore example sentences
- The purpose of the mission was to ask the French to establish an embassy in Ayutthaya and sign a treaty of friendship.
- This is part of our endeavour to build and strengthen bridges of friendship with other countries.
- The theme of this year's event was peace and friendship between China and Japan.