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neighbouring

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishneighbouringneigh‧bour‧ing British English, neighboring American English /ˈneɪbərɪŋ/ ●○○ adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 NEARnear the place where you are or the place you are talking about syn nearby, → bordering 🔊 The fair attracted hundreds of people from the neighbouring towns and villages.
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neighbouringThe fair attracted thousands of people from neighbouring areas.Pray that the conflict would not spread to neighbouring countries.The thieves led the horses out of the stable into the neighbouring country park, where they had vehicles waiting.A neighbouring farmer had a lucky escape.Guests are welcome to use the facilities of the neighbouring Hotel Maria Theresia which include free sauna and steambath.But it was a time of several kingdoms and Princess Thanew was proposed to by a neighbouring king.Moktadir, who was seriously threatened by the neighbouring kingdoms of Navarre and Aragon, gladly accepted.Mike Chittenden staggered in flames into a neighbouring office where terrified workers doused the flames.Their craggy Nab, poised above the Tees estuary, was as proud a landmark as neighbouring Roseberry Topping.
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