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contiguous
used in Persuasion

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with a common boundary; or very close in space or time
  • The party was divided and disposed of on two contiguous benches: Anne was among those on the foremost, and Mr Elliot had manoeuvred so well, with the assistance of his friend Colonel Wallis, as to have a seat by her.
    Chapter 20 (52% in)

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