Somewhere between friendship and a formal boyfriend/girlfriend sort of deal.
Tom and Jane have been more than friends for two months and are unsure if they want full commitment but have done physical things that only couples would do.
by yuny August 11, 2008
Actually pronounced "More Than Friends", this is a term usually used to denote friends who are also lovers. However, this term could logically describe any such pairing of individuals whose relationship "penetrates" beyond a simple, standard friendship. "We're more than friends, we're also cousins", or something. Yeah right. "We're more than friends, we're also taxidermists". Mmmkay?
"Jack and Jill were more than friends, they were also fellow hill-survivors".
by ginnydare February 03, 2006
You dont wanna be just plain friends, but you want some action with the relationship too

plain or good friends with casual sex on the side.

{friends with benefits}
"Abby and Derrick hooked up last night at Sam's party!"
"I thought they were just friends."
"Oh they are, it was just casual sex."
"More than friends, huh?"

a hamburger with fries is a good analogy too
hamburger is friendship, fries is sex/making out/bases/etc.
by SillyRabbit5567 October 14, 2008

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