propinquity

Part of speech: noun

Nearness; kinship.

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Usage examples "propinquity":

  1. In the last analysis Propinquity and the Purse are the Mothers of Trade Alliance. - "The War After the War", Isaac Frederick Marcosson.
  2. That same chord within him thrilled to her voice, her propinquity. - "The Sign of the Spider", Bertram Mitford.
  3. You've fallen a victim to propinquity, as many another has done before you, and the best thing for you is to go away- as we are going- and see how this- er- fancy stands the test of time and different surroundings. - "Harley Greenoak's Charge", Bertram Mitford.