adjacent

[ uh-jey-suhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF adjacent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADJACENT

From the hill, we could overlook the river, and the adjacent country.

Nothing happened, though the adjacent portions of the tepee moved.

He loitered about in adjacent doorways, quite like a hired fellow.

He saw him vault into the saddle, and he saw him vanish into the adjacent woods.

In a moment they were heard moving noisily in the adjacent room.

Tradition states that the adjacent village was destroyed by lightning.

These, together with a draught from an adjacent spring, had to suffice for breakfast.

I went through the connecting corridor to the adjacent building.

From beyond, from the adjacent Curb, came the shouts of brokers.

I will now picture also the use of boots by kicking you into the inn yard which is adjacent.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ADJACENT

conterminous

adjectivehaving a common boundary
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