Friday, March 14, 2014
Citations for contiguous
"...'Contiguous'?” she had suggested. “Perhaps the territories are contiguous,” Jacob had replied.
To continue, there was a third layer of the skirts of the city, from Newark and the Jersey suburbs up to bitter Connecticut and the ineligible sections of Long Island—and doubtless contiguous layers down to the city's shoes...
Origin of contiguous
Contiguous entered English in the early 1600s from the Latin contiguus meaning "bordering upon."