a friend in need is a friend indeed meaning

  "a friend in need is a friend indeed" in a sentence
[American idiom]
A proverb meaning that a true friend is a person who will help you when you really need someone.
When Bill helped me with geometry, I really learned the meaning of ""A friend in need is a friend indeed.""
""A friend in need is a friend indeed"" sounds silly until you need someone very badly.

[American slang]
A genuine friend on whom one can always depend. A proverb; often shortened to "a friend in need..." When John's house burned down, his neighbor Jim helped him and his family with shelter, food and clothing. John said, "Jim, a friend in need is a friend indeed this describes you."

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  1. a friend in need is a friend indeed.
  2. you are very kind to offer . a friend in need is a friend indeed . now let me make a choice among them.
  3. a friend in need is a friend indeed
  4. she said a friend in need is a friend indeed
  5. a friend in need is a friend indeed

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