J. Crew, where Cabral has worked for three years, straddles the worlds of fashion and familiarity.
Living in a society openly governed by force with those who have demonstrated their familiarity with it increases the danger.
If familiarity breeds contempt, then overindulgence breeds snobbish connoisseurship.
“He has a lot of familiarity and name ID,” the former governor replied evenly.
And there is definitely something to finding solace in food, familiarity, and memory.
A certain sense of familiarity in his surroundings came over him.
Her use of the plural lost none of its charm by familiarity.
Proximity, like familiarity, "breeds contempt;" and the proper cure for the illusions of distance is nearness.
Its familiarity suggested association with some part of her life.
That familiarity on the stage: he reproached himself for thinking of it; it seemed to him an insult to Lily.
c.1200, from Old French familiarite and directly from Latin familiaritatem (nominative familiaritas) "intimacy, friendship," from familiaris "friendly, intimate" (see familiar). Meaning "undue intimacy" is from late 14c. That of "close acquaintance" is from c.1600.