in a Sentence
Definition of Propinquity
nearness in place or time
Examples of Propinquity in a sentence
Since my school is huge and my classes are not in near propinquity to each other, I walk a great deal between the hours of 7 am and 3 pm.
The propinquity of the danger ahead made the scouts turn around and take a different path.
When I saw the propinquity of all the houses next to each other, I decided to move into a more spacious subdivision.
Since James and Jill grew up in close propinquity, it is not surprising they played together as children.
Even though my ex-wife and her husband bought a house in my subdivision, I am not angry about her propinquity to me.
The propinquity of Maggie’s bedroom to that of her parents’ bedroom makes it difficult for her to sneak out of the house at night.
Because the Internet allows you to talk to anyone in the world, propinquity is no longer a factor when it comes to making friends.
Fortunately for Kurt, his propinquity to the school meant he did not have to ride the crowded school bus each day.
If it were not for the pool’s propinquity to my house, I would not be able to swim each day.
Whenever Jim is in close propinquity to his dream girl, he gets very nervous.
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