Adjective "neighboring" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈneɪb(ə)rɪŋ/

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Definitions and examples

adjective

Next to or very near another place; adjacent.
  1. 'the neighbouring village'
  2. 'Prune as needed to keep the exuberant foliage from casting unwanted shade on neighboring plants.'
  3. 'With this technique, the rate at which a site experiences change can be modified by substitutions at neighboring sites.'
  4. 'The mean annual survival rates of female turkeys in Connecticut were similar to rates reported in neighboring states.'
  5. 'An ethnic group within the state then demands to be united with its kith and kin in a neighboring state.'
  6. 'One town will try to outdo their neighboring town in order to steal away their sales taxes.'
  7. 'He was the first to introduce water and sewage for a city of that size and provided electricity to neighboring farms.'
  8. 'Imagine what would happen if those small villages of 20 to 50 households are allowed to federate, or join with neighboring villages.'
  9. 'The Belgian haven has helped pressure neighboring countries into rolling back their taxes.'
  10. 'Spraying water on surrounding areas to prevent the flames from jumping the perimeters of the plant saved the neighboring buildings.'
  11. 'In Austria and neighboring regions, glassmaking enjoyed royal patronage and the Venetian style was introduced with royal support.'

Definitions

1. situated or living near; adjacent: to visit the neighboring towns.

More examples(as adjective)

"countries can be neighboring."

"states can be neighboring."

"units can be neighboring."

"ports can be neighboring."

"towns can be neighboring."

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