intimacy

[ in-tuh-muh-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF intimacy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTIMACY

Between parent and child, the intimacy had been unusually close.

Oh, I forgot,—I observe that you have renewed your intimacy with Legard.

Are you willing to give up all intimacy with Hamish Channing?

The intimacy of occult things isolates also these wise little birds.

In the contemplation of beauty she knew the need of love, knew it with an intimacy that was cruel.

When darkness comes to intimacy it seems to make that intimacy more perfect.

He was so acute that he must be aware of the drooping of their intimacy.

I had never had any intimacy with them, though we were not on bad terms.

By degrees a link of some intimacy had been formed between Constance and Morange.

In their intimacy, they found nothing to say, and both were afraid that they appeared too cold.

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