# What's a good adjective for someone who isn't a good friend?

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Jaime Share
Mar 8, 2018

You could use many adjectives to describe someone who isn't a good friend. Depending on their personality and, specifically, $w h y$ they aren't a good friend.

If they lied multiple times throughout the friendship then you could call them a $l i a r$.

If they believe that they are generally better than everyone else you could call them $b i g - h e a \mathrm{de} d$

If they're constantly bossing you around you could call them $b o s s y$.

If they always need another person to lean on for support you could call them $c l i n g y$

If they make decisions without thinking you could call them $i m p u l s i v e$

If they were just generally a bad person then you could call them $a w f u l$ or $t e r r i b l e$ or something of that nature.

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