Third-person singular simple present indicative form of befriend.(verb)
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Use "befriends" in a sentence
"For TRINKET, I only had one new idea … _ Since she can’t remember her name when the story starts, and the first people she befriends is Matlee, and his main passion is plants, then maybe he could nickname her “Clover” until her memory returns?"
"Those voices who rightly proselytised the need to keep a weather eye on the police and other organs of the state, have suddenly fallen silent when the potential miscreant turned out to be a fabulously wealthy Australian-born, naturalised US citizen with a (possibly erroneous) reputation of helping those he 'befriends' get into office."
"The woman is able to secure a seat the next day, at which point the man befriends and beds another waiting passenger."