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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of neighbor.

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Examples

  • At a huge fire that was a great glow of oak coals old Mammy Kitty, who had superintended Sam's birth and childhood, as well as "neighbored" mine, was gently stirring a mixture that smelled like the kind of breakfast nectar they must have in heaven, while she also balanced a steaming coffee-pot on a pair of crossed green sticks at one corner of the chimney.

    Over Paradise Ridge A Romance

  • From Wallflower Architecture, this original architecture project is located in Singapore, on the East coast area and it is neighbored by four other urban buildings.

    Clock Safe Perfect for Hiding Goods

  • From Richard Meier & Partners Architects comes this beautiful white beach home located in Southern California and neighbored by a huge courtyard to the west and the Pacific Ocean to the south.

    Beach House in Malibu, California

  • Kasa Kimball is situated on a cliff, neighbored by the Atlantic Ocean and with fantastic views of the little thing from almost every room of the villa.

    Sao Paulo Exotic Villa by Isay Weinfeld

  • You know you're in for something different when the waiter presents a tiny concoction of grapefruit, ginger, tarragon and black pepper, neighbored by a dot of essential oils of the four ingredients, telling you to inhale before taking a bite: The aromas make the flavors explode.

    Where To Eat In North Beach

  • Terry had moved to the Public Health Service after graduation, then to the NIH in 1953, where, at the Clinical Center, his laboratory had neighbored the clinic buildings where Zubrod, Frei, and Freireich had been waging their battle against leukemia.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • The one Phelts had rigged neighbored a palmetto tree, but she'd hooked so many clear, green and blue bottles on its pegged branches that its glass plumage upstaged the real fronds.

    Following the dust tracks: Touring Florida through the eyes of Zora Neale Hurston

  • However, because Sichuan also neighbored Tibet, the Yunnan tea could pass through Sichuan to Tibet.

    Between Winds and Clouds: The Making of Yunnan (Second Century BCE to Twentieth Century CE)

  • You know you're in for something different when the waiter presents a tiny concoction of grapefruit, ginger, tarragon and black pepper, neighbored by a dot of essential oils of the four ingredients, telling you to inhale before taking a bite: The aromas make the flavors explode.

    Where To Eat In North Beach

  • You know you're in for something different when the waiter presents a tiny concoction of grapefruit, ginger, tarragon and black pepper, neighbored by a dot of essential oils of the four ingredients, telling you to inhale before taking a bite: The aromas make the flavors explode.

    Where To Eat In North Beach

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