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contiguity

noun con·ti·gu·i·ty \ˌkän-tə-ˈgyü-ə-tē\
plural con·ti·gu·i·ties

Definition of CONTIGUITY

:  the quality or state of being contiguous :  proximity

Examples of CONTIGUITY

  1. <because of the contiguity of the mall to the border, it attracts many shoppers from out of state>

First Known Use of CONTIGUITY

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