The neighbor Lov Bensey, returning from town with a bag of turnips, stops at the Lester property.
He then threatened a neighbor for “starting this whole thing and getting all these reporters around here.”
David Harrison is a lifelong friend and neighbor of Guyton who grew up with him on the street.
Francis told the jury that he learned about the threat from Quincy Jones, a neighbor and friend.
After three terrifying years, I found the courage to alert a neighbor.
Your neighbor was not rich, M. Buvat, and no doubt she owes money on all sides.
Young Sparrow must either starve or ask his neighbor to help him with a loan.
I have seen him climb a fence to uproot thistles in his neighbor's field.
Casting from us our own faults first, let us cast from us and from him our neighbor's also.
Christophe took the paper, and went out as if to fetch their neighbor.
Old English neahgebur (West Saxon), nehebur (Anglian) "neighbor," from neah "near" (see nigh) + gebur "dweller," related to bur "dwelling" (see bower). Common Germanic compound (cf. Old Saxon nabur, Middle Dutch naghebuur, Dutch (na)bur, Old High German nahgibur, Middle High German nachgebur, German Nachbar). Good neighbor policy attested by 1937, but good neighbor with reference to U.S. policy toward Latin America was used by 1928 by Herbert Hoover.
1580s, from neighbor (n.). Related: Neighbored; neighboring.