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FRIENDnoun frend.

1. One who is attached to another by affection; one who entertains for another sentiments of esteem, respect and affection, which lead him to desire his company, and to seek to promote his happiness and prosperity; opposed to foe or enemy.

friend loveth at all times. Proverbs 17:17.

2. One not hostile; opposed to an enemy in war.

FRIENDverb transitive frend. To favor; to countenance; to befriend; to support or aid. [But we now use befriend.]

I had a friend that called me last night after months of no contact. He is a friend that I have been fortunate enough to have met and stayed in contact with. He called me to say hello, see what I needed, and to just get an update about life in general. He called because he cared, he calls because we are friends, he will call again because life is filled with people we love that out weight the people we dislike. Thank you for the small gesture of calling and saying hello. We needed it. Thanks friend.

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