Part of speech:
The state, quality, sense, or fact of being near or next; closeness:
Any region; part of a country, city, etc.
A region or an area of the earth thought of as falling into such a specific division of the compass.
A political subdivision of a British county, usually corresponding in boundaries to an original ecclesiastical parish.
A particular kind of natural environment:
The districts surrounding a town or city; suburbs or outskirts
The state of being near in space or relationship; proximity:
A number of places situated near each other and considered as a group.
Position with regard to surrounding objects, landmarks, etc.
An area of thought or action; a province or domain:
An open court or area of a castle or fortification enclosed by walls.
The district, city, etc. where they live
The state of being contiguous.
A division or part of an organism, often called after its main part or organ
A surface, especially an open, unoccupied piece of ground:
An area or a region distinguished from adjacent parts by a distinctive feature or characteristic.
A part separated or removed by cutting; slice; division
The usually residential region around a major city; the environs.
A region; area
A continuous expanse of land or of water, mineral deposit, etc.; stretch; extent; area
Friendly in feeling; showing good will; peaceable
Sharing an edge or boundary; touching.
Favorably disposed; not antagonistic:
Tending to move in or form a group with others of the same kind:
Like, characteristic of, or appropriate to neighbors; kind, friendly, sociable, etc.
Merely touching or slightly connected.
(Mineralogy) Designating faces on a crystal that approximate or take the place of fundamental planes
A public way or thoroughfare in a city or town, usually with a sidewalk or sidewalks.
(Informal) The range of the authority or influence of a person, group, or thing; a bailiwick:
The scene or setting, as of a novel.
An extensive area of open land on which livestock wander and graze.
A usually rectangular section of a city or town bounded on each side by consecutive streets.
All of the biotic and abiotic factors that act on an organism, population, or ecological community and influence its survival and development. Biotic factors include the organisms themselves, their food, and their interactions. Abiotic factors include such items as sunlight, soil, air, water, climate, and pollution. Organisms respond to changes in their environment by evolutionary adaptations in form and behavior.
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