lying near, close, or contiguous; adjoining; neighboring:
a motel adjacent to the highway.
just before, after, or facing:
a map on an adjacent page.
My middle-daughter used to rush out onto the adjacent balcony and shout out, “Fly my pretties!”
How I Write: Erik Larson Revisits ‘Isaac’s Storm’ Noah Charney October 30, 2012
This winter, the activists had set up the first such encampment on an adjacent hilltop.
Obama’s Presence Shields Palestinian “Anti-Settlement,” For Now Ali Gharib March 20, 2013
A reverse osmosis plant on an adjacent plot of land desalinates and purifies up to 1.25 million gallons of water daily.
Sun+Water= High Tech Caribbean Luxury At The Cusinart Resort The Daily Beast June 10, 2014
He contends that another Islamic Jihad member watched the events from an adjacent house.
Did Israel Execute Jihadists in Gaza? Jesse Rosenfeld September 6, 2014
Charles Ray has a suite of 15 ink-on-paper paintings in an adjacent room, depicting flowers with sinewy, rainbow-colored petals.
Best of the Whitney Biennial Rachel Wolff February 23, 2010
James Stansfield was, in fact, the organizer of the smuggling business carried on at Poole, and the adjacent harbours.
No Surrender! G. A. Henty
He loitered about in adjacent doorways, quite like a hired fellow.
Ruggles of Red Gap Harry Leon Wilson
Nothing was moving either in the garden, or as far as he could see into the adjacent country.
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, No. CCCXXXII. Various
Tradition states that the adjacent village was destroyed by lightning.
England, Picturesque and Descriptive Joel Cook
As it broke open, a startled rabbit broke from its cover in an adjacent corn shock and scurried across the field.
Jokes For All Occasions Anonymous
being near or close, esp having a common boundary; adjoining; contiguous
(of a pair of vertices in a graph) joined by a common edge
(of a pair of edges in a graph) meeting at a common vertex
(geometry) the side lying between a specified angle and a right angle in a right-angled triangle
early 15c., from Latin adiacentem (nominative adiacens) “lying at,” present participle of adiacere “lie at, border upon, lie near,” from ad- “to” (see ad-) + iacere “to lie, rest,” literally “to throw” (see jet (v.)), with notion of “to cast (oneself) down.”
- Adjacent angles
two angles having the same vertex and having a common side between them. plural noun two angles that have the same vertex and a side in common
an autonomous region in SW Georgia, bordered by Turkey and the Black Sea. 1,120 sq. mi. (2,900 sq. km). Capital: Batumi.
lying near, close, or contiguous; adjoining; neighboring: a motel adjacent to the highway. just before, after, or facing: a map on an adjacent page. Historical Examples adjacently, on the upper reaches of Broadway, Ma Tamby was shopping. The Paliser case Edgar Saltus adjective being near or close, esp having a common boundary; adjoining; contiguous (maths) […]
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