proximity [ prok-sim-i-tee ] (previously 06-27-13)
1. nearness in place, time, order, occurrence, or relation.
OTHER WORDS FROM PROXIMITY
WORDS RELATED TO PROXIMITY
closeness, concurrence, propinquity, juxtaposition, togetherness, adjacency, contiguousness, contiguity, immediacy
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Origin: First recorded in1475–85, proximity is from the Latin word proximitās nearness, vicinity. See proximal, -ity
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR PROXIMITY
There’s a not easily quantifiable advantage to putting lots of creative people in close proximity.
OVER A THIRD OF EXECUTIVES STILL HAVE NO TIMELINE FOR REOPENING THEIR OFFICES|ALAN MURRAY|SEPTEMBER 4, 2020|FORTUNE
The president is regularly tested and those in close proximity to him are tested beforehand.
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Media buyers also expressed anxiety about having their ads appear on social media sites in proximity to hot button or questionable content posted by consumers.
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With the backlighting on, the keys automatically illuminate based on your finger proximity, offering an aesthetically pleasing and precise experience.
SERIOUS UPGRADES FOR YOUR COMPUTER KEYBOARD|POPSCI COMMERCE TEAM|SEPTEMBER 2, 2020|POPULAR SCIENCE
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