1. a disposition to be friendly and helpful to neighbors
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How To Use neighborliness In A Sentence

  • My blog-neighborliness has been sorely lacking lo these last few days, and can be expected to remain lackluster until I get back from NYC at the end of the week. These Foots Were Made For Walkin’ | Her Bad Mother
  • The head of state said his country had always attached great importance to good neighbourliness.
  • Diplomatic ideology is an important part of Deng's theory and the diplomatic strategies of good-neighbourliness also occupy key position in Deng's theoretical system.
  • Tomorrow's event could help to renew Acomb's confidence and re-emphasise the neighbourliness of which the borough is rightly proud.
  • Their spirituality resides in values of neighbourliness, kindness, community and family.
  • Let's just say that "neighborliness" -- concern for how the region is affected -- isn't even on Mr. Gilligan's radar screen. Fault Lines
  • To develop long-term and stable friendly cooperative relations of good neighborliness with India is an unswerving policy of the Chinese government.
  • This has an upward spiraling effect, encouraging more neighborliness and more small acts that create attractive social places.
  • In my view, we'll find a stronger inclination, a higher level of 'neighborliness' and civic engagement, as a result of the economic downturn," predicted John Bridgeland, head of the nonprofit research group. Omaha World-Herald > Frontpage
  • Such a lady gave a neighborliness to both rank and religion, and mitigated the bitterness of uncommuted tithe. Middlemarch
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