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familiar(Customary), adjective accepted, accustomed, acknowledged, clichéd, common, commonplace, conventional, current, established, everyday, frequent, general, generally seen, habitual, hackneyed, homely, household, humble, inveterate, natural, normal, notus, ordinary, popular, prevailing, prevalent, recognized, regular, regulation, routine, standard, stereotyped, stock, time-honored, traditional, typical, understood, unexceptional, universal, universally recognized, unoriginal, usual, well-trodden, widespread, wonted
Associated concepts: custom and usage
familiar(Informed), adjective accomplished, advised, apprised, aware of, briefed, capable, certified, closely acquainted, cognitive, cognizant, conscious, conversant, counseled, deft, dexterous, educated, enlightened, erudite, experienced, expert, fit, fitted, gnarus, instructed, intimate, knowing, learned, lettered, literate, mindful, on intimate terms, peritus, practiced, prepared, privy to, proficient, qualified, schooled, sciens, sensible, skilled, skillful, trained, tutored, used to, versed, well-acquainted, well-versed
Associated concepts: familiar with the facts sufficient to sign an affidavit
See also: accustomed, brazen, close, cognizable, cognizant, common, conventional, current, customary, frequent, habitual, informal, informed, intimate, known, learned, mundane, nondescript, ordinary, presumptuous, prevailing, prevalent, proverbial, public, regular, routine, trite, typical, usual