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familiarity definition

  • noun:
    • Considerable acquaintance with.
    • Established relationship; closeness.
    • An excessively familiar or informal act; an impropriety.
    • significant acquaintance with.
    • A sexual advance.
    • Established friendship; intimacy.
    • An excessively familiar or casual work; an impropriety.
    • A sexual advance.
    • the product quality or problem to be familiar.
    • The state of being acutely friendly; intimacy.
    • Undue closeness; improper informality, impertinence.
    • an example of familiar behaviour.
    • Close or habitual acquaintance with somebody or something; understanding or recognition acquired from experience.
    • the product quality or problem to be familiar.
    • hawaii to be extremely friendly; closeness.
    • Undue closeness; inappropriate informality, impertinence.
    • an example of familiar behaviour.
    • Close or habitual friend with somebody or something like that; comprehension or recognition acquired from experience.
    • The state to be familiar; intimate and frequent converse, or association; unconstrained sex; freedom from service and constraint; intimacy.
    • any such thing stated or carried out by someone to another unceremoniously and without constraint; esp., into the pl., these types of actions and terms as propriety and courtesy usually do not justify; liberties.
    • their state to be familiar, in virtually any feeling of that term; intimate understanding; close or habitual friend; no-cost or unrestrained sex: followed by with before an object.
    • An unusual freedom in act or speech from one individual toward another; a freedom of conduct justified only because of the many intimate relations, or exercised without warrant; an act of private license, in either a beneficial or a bad feeling: most frequently in plural: as, the familiarities of personal friendship; their familiarities were repulsive.
    • In astrol., any aspect or reception.
    • hawaii to be familiar; personal and frequent converse, or connection; unconstrained sex; freedom from ceremony and constraint; closeness.
    • close or hot relationship
    • Anything stated or done-by one person to a different unceremoniously and without constraint; esp., in pl., these types of activities and terms as propriety and courtesy never warrant; liberties.
    • individual knowledge or information regarding someone or something
    • The state of being familiar, in any feeling of that term; intimate knowledge; close or habitual acquaintance; free or unrestrained intercourse: followed closely by with before an object.
    • a laid-back fashion
    • an act of undue closeness
    • usualness by virtue to be familiar or distinguished
    • a silly liberty in work or address in one person toward another; a freedom of conduct warranted just because of the most intimate relations, or exercised without warrant; an act of individual license, in a choice of a beneficial or a poor feeling: most often into the plural: since, the familiarities of personal relationship; their familiarities were repulsive.
    • In astrol., any aspect or reception.
    • close or warm friendship
    • individual knowledge or information on some body or something
    • a casual manner
    • an act of undue intimacy
    • usualness by virtue of being familiar or well known
    • Considerable friend with.
    • Established relationship; closeness.
    • an extremely familiar or casual act; an impropriety.
    • A sexual advance.
    • the high quality or problem to be familiar.
    • significant acquaintance with.
    • Established relationship; closeness.
    • An excessively familiar or casual act; an impropriety.
    • A sexual advance.
    • the product quality or problem of being familiar.
    • The state of being exceptionally friendly; closeness.
    • hawaii to be extremely friendly; closeness.
    • excessive intimacy; unacceptable informality, impertinence.
    • a case of familiar behaviour.
    • Close or habitual acquaintance with someone or something like that; comprehension or recognition obtained from knowledge.
    • hawaii to be familiar; intimate and regular converse, or organization; unconstrained intercourse; freedom from service and constraint; intimacy.
    • any such thing said or carried out by one individual to another unceremoniously and without constraint; esp., into the pl., such activities and words as propriety and courtesy don't warrant; liberties.
    • hawaii to be familiar, in every sense of that word; personal knowledge; close or habitual friend; free or unrestrained sexual intercourse: followed closely by with before an object.
    • a unique freedom in work or message from a single person toward another; a freedom of conduct warranted only by the most personal relations, or exercised without warrant; an act of private permit, either in a or a negative sense: most often in the plural: as, the familiarities of personal friendship; their familiarities had been repulsive.
    • In astrol., any kind of aspect or reception.
    • close or hot relationship
    • Undue intimacy; improper informality, impertinence.
    • An instance of familiar behaviour.
    • Close or habitual friend with some one or something like that; comprehension or recognition obtained from knowledge.
    • their state of being familiar; intimate and frequent converse, or organization; unconstrained intercourse; freedom from ceremony and constraint; intimacy.
    • something said or done by anyone to some other unceremoniously and without constraint; esp., in pl., such activities and words as propriety and courtesy don't warrant; liberties.
    • their state to be familiar, in every sense of that term; intimate knowledge; close or habitual acquaintance; no-cost or unrestrained sex: followed by with before an object.
    • a unique freedom in act or message from person toward another; a freedom of conduct justified just because of the many personal relations, or exercised without warrant; an act of personal license, in a choice of an excellent or a negative sense: most often in plural: since, the familiarities of personal friendship; his familiarities were repulsive.
    • In astrol., any kind of aspect or reception.
    • close or cozy relationship
    • personal understanding or information on someone or something like that
    • private understanding or details about somebody or something
    • a casual manner
    • a laid-back fashion
    • an act of excessive closeness
    • usualness by virtue of being familiar or distinguished
    • an act of undue intimacy
    • usualness by virtue of being familiar or dominant
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