adjacency[ uh-jey-suh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF adjacency
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADJACENCY
The adjacency of the edge of the culvert warned him of what had befallen.
From its adjacency to the capital, the numerical proportion of persons paying tribute is larger than in any other province.
Adjacency can be in respect to the past, as expressed through the practice of keeping burial records.
Regardless of the type of adjacency, what is significant is the element that separates the immediate from the mediated.
He saw at once that a small artery had been severed, and its adjacency to the jugular made it a matter of extreme danger.
I fancy that he felt that he would venture anything to escape our adjacency to the battery.