He and the old colleges were hail-fellow well met; and in the quadrangles, he “walked gowned.”
She could be hail-fellow or hard as flint, depending on circumstances.
The vicomte was loudly applauded, as was due a famous swordsman and a hail-fellow.
She's hail-fellow with us all—but I tell ye she's got to like a feller all through before he sees the inside of her parlor.
He was hail-fellow well-met, we are told—but is this part of a Browning legend?
My word for it, it has been a fine comedy, this bonhomie of mine, this hail-fellow well met.
I ought to be hail-fellow with the Evil One for not letting you be.
He began to wish they would treat him more in the hail-fellow well-met way they treated each other.
He was "hail-fellow, well met," and now he has gone like that.
Not hail-fellow well-met with a "brother artist," like she had been yesterday.