A particular neighborhood, place, or district: "Localities, even individual villages, developed their own languages” ( Wall Street Journal). (noun)
The fact or quality of having position in space.(noun)
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Use "locality" in a sentence
"After all, Howe noted, "Dr. Holmes himself maintained that 'identification with a locality is a surer passport to immortality than cosmopolitanism is.'""
"Relativistic locality is the domain of actuality, while potentialities have careers in space-time (if that word is appropriate) which modify and even violate the restrictions that space-time structure imposes upon actual events."
"He could tell to a dot the average wage or salary earned by the householders of any locality, and he made it a point of thoroughness to know every locality from the waterfront slums to the aristocratic Lake"