The proximity of the candidates seated at the table facilitated the fast pace and early engagement of their respective opponent.
In Libya, however, because of its oil reserves and proximity to Europe, the world has been quick to intervene.
They make us realize, he explains, that “proximity is important to entrepreneurship.”
“This is an operation that runs on its proximity to people,” one staffer said.
But despite their proximity at the conference, they remain miles apart in ideology.
The distance rendered the last difficult, while the proximity to the point rendered the first indispensable.
The situation was, however, complicated by the proximity of the Afghan frontier.
proximity, like familiarity, "breeds contempt;" and the proper cure for the illusions of distance is nearness.
He believed afterward that before he saw him he had felt the proximity of Slade.
From time to time, I glanced toward the house; but the Swine-things seemed unaware of my proximity.
late 15c., from Middle French proximité "nearness" (14c.), from Latin proximitatem (nominative proximitas) "nearness, vicinity," from proximus "nearest, next; most direct; adjoining," figuratively "latest, most recent; next, following; most faithful," superlative of prope "near" (see propinquity).