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unadjacent

Line breaks: un|adja¦cent
Pronunciation: /ʌnəˈdʒeɪs(ə)nt
 
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Definition of unadjacent in English:

adjective

Not adjacent.
Example sentences
  • Mr Roberts declined to discuss the size of the settlement but well-placed cathedral sources disclosed last night that it is ‘a figure not unadjacent to £60,000’.
  • Knoxland is a grim housing estate not unadjacent, perhaps, to Silverknowes, where the four gloomy tower blocks are named after Scottish writers: Stevenson, Barrie, Scott and Burns.
  • On greens so fast and hard that freshly-sharpened darts would have been hard pressed to stay on them, the field were in disarray, averaging something not unadjacent to 80 for the final, nonsensical round.

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