Having or exhibiting the qualities of a friendly neighbor.(adjective)
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Use "neighborly" in a sentence
"It seems the perfect excuse to exchange pleasantries and engage in neighborly chit-chat not found in the basic Spanish section of your favorite tourist guide."
"I’d think that such a concept would catch on better in urban, as opposed to suburban areas, but perhaps I’m underestimating suburbia … Interestingly, Uhl never mentions organics or permaculture, but I’d think these concepts would almost naturally spring from such relationships: how neighborly is it to throw chemicals on a shared plot of land …"
"Often described as neighborly, his work allows the interplay of humans by walking across a bridge or by gathering within a structure or a site (such as the plaza in New York City's Battery Park)."