Definitions for friendliness
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
friend•lyˈfrɛnd li(adj.)-li•er, -li•est
(adj.)characteristic of or befitting a friend:
a friendly greeting.
like a friend; kind; helpful.
favorably disposed; inclined to approve, help, or support.
not hostile or at variance; amicable.
easy or pleasant to use, operate, understand, or experience (usu. used in combination):
visitor-friendly museums; viewer-friendly art; a friendly computer.
(adv.)Also, friend′li•ly. in a friendly manner; like a friend.
(n.)one who shows no hostility.
Category: Common Vocabulary
Origin of friendly:
a feeling of liking for another person; enjoyment in their company
a friendly disposition
The quality of being friendly.
the condition or quality of being friendly
Friendliness is the second album by the British rock group Stackridge. The album was produced by Stackridge and Victor Gamm at Sound Techniques, London. This was the only Stackridge album to be released on the MCA Records label both in the U.K. and the U.S. The album has a wide variety of songs. "Lummy Days" is a galloping instrumental with strong English folk and classical music influences. "Syracuse The Elephant" is progressive rock similar to early Genesis. "Keep On Clucking" is in a modified blues form and is the heaviest rock tune recorded by Stackridge. "Amazingly Agnes", which the group claims to be a song about a cow, is possibly the first reggae style song ever recorded by an English rock group. "Anyone For Tennis" is in the English music-hall style, similar to The Beatles' song Honey Pie.
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