neighborly

[ney-ber-lee]
adjective
having or showing qualities befitting a neighbor; friendly.

Origin:
1515–25; neighbor + -ly

neighborliness, noun
unneighborliness, noun
unneighborly, adjective
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neighbourly or neighborly (ˈneɪbəlɪ)
 
adj
kind, friendly, or sociable, as befits a neighbour
 
neighborly or neighborly
 
adj
 
'neighbourliness or neighborly
 
n
 
'neighborliness or neighborly
 
n

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Example sentences
There is some psychological separation from the street, yet it feels neighborly.
Neighborly thank yous will appear in this space weekly.
Ironically, the game could replace the neighborly interaction it so
  deliberately emulates.
He concluded that neighborly interaction was lacking and decided to change the
  zoning.
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