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- adj. Situated or living nearby or adjacent to.
- adj. Alternative spelling of neighboring.
- v. Present participle of neighbour.
- v. Alternative spelling of neighboring.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The young baronet, who now, though still entitled to be called young, was disfigured by the premature defeatures of a vicious life, mistrusted it all the more, when, on visiting the old hall, he was forced to recognize the improvements effected in the neighbouring property (that he should be forced to call it "_neighbouring_!") by the judicious administration of the new owner.
Last December, the Liberians battled more than a sandy field to get to it in neighbouring Sierra Leone.
Even bloggers in neighbouring Singapore have been mourning this loss.
And just as you would think that we have had our fill of diseases, the deadly Plague has been reported in neighbouring Libya, poising a valid threat to the Egyptian western borders.
Much of the camp suffered significant damage during the fighting, forcing thousands of Palestinian refugees to find shelter in neighbouring, overcrowded refugee camps and villages.
There were leaflets in neighbouring wards in the County elections - one in favour, the other strongly against!
But requests to borrow a pump from several fire services in neighbouring counties were unsuccessful, and it was only at a quarter past midnight that a pump was located more than 40 miles away in London.
Any attempt to counter terrorists war-torn Afghanistan will not succeed without an intervention in neighbouring Pakistan, Liberal Leader Stephane Dion said Wednesday.
Through that we were able to establish that the blockage was limited to China and didn't occur in neighbouring countries, which helped rule out technical failure as a cause.
Ken Livingstone is to work as a consultant to a tyrant who supports terrorism in neighbouring states via groups such as FARC and who proclaimed his "brotherhood" with Saddam Hussein and bestowed kind words on the Taliban.
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