Antonyms for nearby
|Grammar : Adj, adv|
|Spell : neer-bahy|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈnɪərˈbaɪ|
Definition of nearbyOrigin :
- "close at hand," late 14c. (one-word form from 15c.), from near + by.
- adj adjoining
- adv within reach
- Nearby, in a hall with crimson hangings, there was music and dancing.
- Extract from : « Casanova's Homecoming » by Arthur Schnitzler
- Nearby and in the distance prairie-chickens are calling, lonely, uncertain.
- Extract from : « A Breath of Prairie and other stories » by Will Lillibridge
- Before entering he went to a nearby restaurant to get a bite to eat.
- Extract from : « The Film of Fear » by Arnold Fredericks
- A man turned from where he had been leaning against a nearby wheel control.
- Extract from : « Under Arctic Ice » by H.G. Winter
- We reached the Grand Central station on time and went to a nearby hotel.
- Extract from : « Kent Knowles: Quahaug » by Joseph C. Lincoln
- I let him go, and he turned into a nearby door which led to the galley.
- Extract from : « Astounding Stories of Super-Science April 1930 » by Various
- Nearby was a fused tube of metal, all that was left of Pember's rifle.
- Extract from : « The Whispering Spheres » by Russell Robert Winterbotham
- He tossed Vulcan over a nearby cliff, crippling him for good.
- Extract from : « Pagan Passions » by Gordon Randall Garrett
- In the quiet of a nearby restaurant Marcus considered the problem anew.
- Extract from : « Mezzerow Loves Company » by Floyd L. Wallace
- Finally, they walked over the rough ground to a nearby thicket.
- Extract from : « The Best Made Plans » by Everett B. Cole
Synonyms for nearby
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