from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having no neighbors.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Being without neigbors.

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  • adjective Alternative form of unneighboured.


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  • The through sleeper was lightly loaded, and he picked out the most unneighbored section, of the twelve, being wishful only for undisturbed thinking ground.

    The Grafters Francis Lynde 1893

  • The bales and bundles of this bivouac belonged to John Law, bought by gold from the gaming tables of Montréal and Quebec, and ventured in the one great hazard which appealed to him most irresistibly, the hazard of life and fortune in a far land, where he might live unneighbored, and where he might forget.

    The Mississippi Bubble Emerson Hough 1890

  • Education is compulsory, and there is a rigid military service, and a show of public force everywhere which is quite unknown to our unneighbored, easy-going republic.

    A Little Swiss Sojourn William Dean Howells 1878


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