He also has an unequivocal belief that inflation is not a proximate threat.
This summons all the proximate Beyoncé voters, as we reply in a full-throated roar, “ALLLLLL THE SINGLE LAAAAADIES!”
It brings out the distance and doubt that festered within the proximate intimacy of the Marston family.
The Jews were, as in so many other places, easy and proximate targets.
The rising cost of health insurance is the proximate cause of middle-class income stagnation.
Hence, social self-preservation becomes a proximate aim taking precedence of the ultimate aim, individual self-preservation.
The causes of insanity may be divided into (a) general, and (b) proximate.
For an account of the latest physiological hypotheses as to the proximate cause of sleep, see Radestock, op.
Nevertheless, in an indirect way we may be able to get a proximate idea of their numbers.
One of the proximate principles of wheat gluten, soluble in alcohol.
proximate prox·i·mate (prŏk'sə-mĭt)
Closely related in space, time, or order; very near; proximal.