Recent Examples of nearby from the Web
Moments before the bubble tea shop confrontation, police had gotten a call reporting that the suspect was nearby, so a sergeant and three police officers had started canvassing the area on foot.
The attack forced an international surfing competition nearby, the World Surf League's (WSL) Margaret River Pro 2018, to be put on hold.
As the Blue Jackets celebrated nearby, Capitals defenseman Jakub Jerabek—who had been jockeying with Calvert for position outside the crease—chucked his stick and struck teammate Alex Chiasson in the back.
In an op-ed nearby, David Rivkin and Lee Casey recount the story of Mr. Libby’s unjust prosecution amid the political uproar over the leak of the name of CIA employee Valerie Plame.
Unlike some of the low-wage factories nearby, Ni En More is building a sustainable business that empowers women to support themselves and gain confidence in the workplace, while also learning new crafts and skills.
Through it all, Carol (Melissa McBride) has been nearby, if not always directly at his side.
The project has revived severely eroded ecosystems nearby, such as Lake Juyanhai in Inner Mongolia, which had dried up in 1992.
Like the films being shown nearby, a restaurant can take someone to another place.
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First Known Use of nearby
at hand, to hand;
NEARBY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nearby for English Language Learners
: not far away : located at a short distance from someone or something
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