contiguity[ kon-ti-gyoo-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF contiguity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTIGUITY
This is a low form of memory, resting on association by contiguity.
It is brought down by some to contiguity, by most others to resemblance.
People need to touch the facts, and nearness in time is contiguity.
There was contiguity but not much sociability in our neighborhood.
The relation between God and man is a relation of contiguity.
It is usual to call this process "association by contiguity."
Association by contiguity is the great law of thought, as well as of memory.
Were they groups of kin, or groups of associates by contiguity?
What is that but the operation of the law of contiguity in time?
Catarrh by contiguity of tissue is the most frequent factor.