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Definition of "adjacently" [ad•ja•cent•ly]

  • In such a way as to be adjacent. (adverb)

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Use "adjacently" in a sentence
  • "This was often done when a large parking lot exists adjacently, which could have been used for the new building, sparing the old, if anyone had bothered to do a land swap."
  • "They are adjacently and smoothly exchangeable across the spectrum of household goods."
  • "The Liffey flowed adjacently, by the steeples of Christchurch and Adam-and-Eve's, a dirty, eddying watercourse serenaded by the seagulls and the calls of the barge-men through its mizzle and stench."