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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GOOD NEIGHBOR

He turned out to be not only a good farmer, but a good neighbor, and a good man, every way.

Kit is a good neighbor, and is allus on hand when he's wanted, and there's any Injuns to shoot.

"A good neighbor is not to be found every day," deplored Hanneh Breineh.

They know him as a good neighbor, and trust him to their harm.

She said she hoped to repay all these nice attentions and to be a good neighbor.

Early in the morning, we can go to my good neighbor the notary and sign the paper.

"You are a good neighbor," he said, taking off his hat and coat in the hall.

As for the Church, it makes a man a good neighbor, a good citizen, and a good Englishman.

When I say he was a good neighbor, I imply more than I have expressed.

A good neighbor is not to be found every day, deplored Hanneh Breineh.

WORD ORIGIN

also (chiefly British English) good-neighbour, adjectival phrase, in reference to U.S. foreign policy, especially in Latin America, 1928, originally in Herbert Hoover. The good neighbours is Scottish euphemism for "the fairies" (1580s).

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nounhelping person
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