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Synonyms for adjacent

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Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002

Synonyms for adjacent

not far from another in space, time, or relation

sharing a common boundary

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Synonyms for adjacent

nearest in space or position

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having a common boundary or edge

near or close to but not necessarily touching

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As these crops were adjacently located that might influence the movement of spider species among the studied crops, whereas, the family Philodromidae was only resident of sunflower (Table 1 and Fig.
The slices from the different altitudes were then arranged adjacently in an image file.
In contrast, the exhibition's most recent work, Consciousness Traveling, 2012, hung adjacently. A delicate yellow ribbon on the horizon resembles a hilly shoreline yielding to an amethyst sea.
Adjacently, social activists launched social media campaigns that alerted the public about the importance of respect, critical analysis of content received and the social history that binds them with the neighbouring countries.
Key statement: The strip is formed of a single layer including a first layer arranged in a tire innermost layer or composite layers of the first layer and a second layer disposed adjacently to a carcass ply and made of a thermoplastic elastomer composition.
All adjacently located along major pathways and densely populated area in the university (canteen).
Soil samples from 0-20 cm were collected from three land uses such as arable land, pasture, and adjacently located forest.
When overtaking happens, two bikes run adjacently which occupy more travel space.
Generally, several familiar passengers will adjacently stand in the same queue to go through a security inspection system.
In fact, it is not rare to find different components located in the same industrial plant within a small space, or various machineries adjacently positioned in mechanical factories, or contiguous elements in aerospace applications and so on.
Further research revealed that DNA methylation also takes place at cytosine residues which are not placed adjacently to guanine residues [9] and Law et al.
The majority of bird species are bicarotid and the two carotid arteries run adjacently within the osteomuscular canal (cervical carotid canal), along the ventral surface of the cervical vertebrae (Baumel et al., 1993).
Elaine, a Pakeha who lives on Maori land with her husband who is Maori, pointed out that Pakeha and Maori lived adjacently and met in everyday activities without racial disharmony.
Joint probability, p(x,y) is estimated by counting the number of times where x is adjacently followed by y, and normalized by N, too.
An adjacency pair is defined as a sequence of two utterances which are adjacently placed and produced by different speakers (Sacks and Jefferson 521; Schegloff and Sacks 295).