vicinage[ vis-uh-nij ]SEE DEFINITION OF vicinage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VICINAGE
Beside, it is the vicinage of the most considerable gold-mines on all Borneo.
Not so the vicinage of an open receptacle for the waste of human indigestion.
It is communicated from one person to another by vicinage or by contact.
These were to be of his vicinage, but not bound to him by the tie whether of blood or marriage.
He pioneered the ancestors of almost every family in this vicinage to this place.
Howbeit, I was not sorry to hear that Nym should leave this vicinage, and thereby cease tormenting of our Helen.
The servants of the vicinage are all on confidential terms with Mathew Mizzle; and—have you not noted the fact?
It was as still as a church on a week-day: the pattering rain on the forest leaves was the only sound audible in its vicinage.
After many days of wolfish travel he saw signs of the vicinage of the Shoshone Indians.
The animals revered by a tribe are those of its vicinage, the inhabitants of its hunting grounds.