First Known Use of next-door
Synonymsclose-up, immediate, near, nearby, neighboring, next-door, nigh, proximate
Antonymsaway, deep, distant, far, faraway, far-off, remote
Related Wordsabutting, adjacent, adjoining, bordering, contiguous; approaching, coming, forthcoming, oncoming, upcoming; accessible, convenient, handy; close-in, hand-to-hand
Near Antonymsdivorced, removed, separated
Examples of next door in a Sentence
He bought the house next door.
I'll be staying in the room next door.
Canada is right next door to the U.S.
Recent Examples of next door from the Web
As firefighters inspected Lopez's home with flashlights, with the townhouse next door still issuing clouds of smoke into the night air, Lopez's children sat huddled in the backseat of his car, parked nearby.
Mr Chundawat envisions, in time, a network of tiger populations that are more integrated with the humans who live next door.
Tanya Holland’s second Brown Sugar Kitchen is opening next door on the 2200 block of Broadway, as is Bocanova, both of which are filling the former homes of Ozumo and Pican.
Hasan Alam, who lives next door, said Mr. Ullah had lived in the apartment with his brother and mother but moved out at the end of last year.
The trio, which owns Hayes Valley standard bearer Brass Tacks, opened two new bars this year: Anina , directly next door to Brass Tacks, and Junior on 24th Street.
Andrade Chacon, Bravo Aguilar and their three children, ages 13, 11 and 7, moved to Charlotte from Mexico in September 2016, and settled into the apartment next door to Hernandez and her husband and three children.
Cork and Gabel will be next door to Two James Distillery on Michigan Avenue at the corner of 16th street, with Michigan Central Station as a skyline backdrop.
The work on the overall $35 million project by The Community Builders Inc., a non-profit developer, is in partnership with the Paramount Theatre, which is next door, the city of Aurora, and the Illinois Housing Development Authority.
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First Known Use of next door
NEXT-DOOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of next door for English Language Learners
: in the next house, apartment, room, etc.
: next to your or someone else's house, apartment, room, etc.
: in a place that is very close to something else
NEXT-DOOR Defined for Kids
Definition of next-door for Students
- She is my next-door neighbor.
Definition of next door for Students
- She lives next door.
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