Another word for familiar
everyday, well-known, customary, frequent, homely, humble, usual, intimate, habitual, accustomed, common, ordinary, oft-encountered, informal, unceremonious, plain, simple, matter-of-fact, workaday, prosaic, commonplace, homespun, natural, native, unsophisticated, unvarnished, old hat*, garden variety*.
close, intimate, confidential, casual, cordial, easy, informal, free-and-easy, unceremonious, presumptuous, presuming, forward, bold, overfamiliar, chummy*; see also intimate 1. See syn. study at common.
familiar is applied to that which is known through constant association, and, with reference to persons, suggests informality, or even presumption, such as might prevail among members of a family remain on familiar terms; close is applied to persons or things very near to one in affection, attraction, interests, etc. close friends; intimate implies very close association, acquaintance, relationship, etc. invited her intimate friends or suggests something of a very personal or private nature intimate letters; confidential implies a relationship in which there is mutual trust and a sharing of private thoughts, problems, etc. a confidential friendship
Another word for familiaradjective
Occurring quite often:common, everyday, frequent, regular, routine, widespread. See usual
Having good knowledge of:acquainted, conversant, versant, versed. Idiom: up on. See knowledge
Very closely associated:chummy, close, friendly, intimate1. (Informal) thick. (Slang) tight. Idiom: hand in glove with. See love
Indicating intimacy and mutual trust:confidential, intimate1. See attitude, near
Rude and disrespectful:assuming, assumptive, audacious, bold, boldfaced, brash, brazen, cheeky, contumelious, forward, impertinent, impudent, insolent, malapert, nervy, overconfident, pert, presuming, presumptuous, pushy, sassy, saucy, smart. (Informal) brassy, flip, fresh, smart-alecky, snippety, snippy, uppish, uppity. (Slang) wise1. See attitude, courtesy