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Neared

nɪər

Meanings of Neared:

verb

Come near to; approach.

Usage examples:

Soon the cab would be nearing oxford street
adverb

At or to a short distance away; nearby.

Usage examples:

A bomb exploded somewhere near
preposition

At or to a short distance away from (a place)

Usage examples:

The car park near the sawmill
adjective

Located a short distance away.

Usage examples:

A large house in the near distance

Meanings of Nearer:

adjective

Located a short distance away.

Usage examples:

A large house in the near distance
adverb

At or to a short distance away; nearby.

Usage examples:

A bomb exploded somewhere near
preposition

At or to a short distance away from (a place)

Usage examples:

The car park near the sawmill
verb

Come near to; approach.

Usage examples:

Soon the cab would be nearing oxford street

Meanings of Nearing:

verb

Come near to; approach.

Usage examples:

Soon the cab would be nearing oxford street
adverb

At or to a short distance away; nearby.

Usage examples:

A bomb exploded somewhere near
preposition

At or to a short distance away from (a place)

Usage examples:

The car park near the sawmill
adjective

Located a short distance away.

Usage examples:

A large house in the near distance

Nearly

ˈnɪəli

Meanings of Nearly:

adverb

Very close to; almost.

Usage examples:

David was nearly asleep

Meanings of Nearmost:

adjective

Nearest.

Nearness

ˈnɪə.nəs

Meanings of Nearness:

noun

The condition of being near; proximity.

Usage examples:

The town's nearness to london

Meanings of Nearshore:

adjective

Relating to or denoting the region of the sea or seabed relatively close to a shore.

Usage examples:

Volunteers monitor humpback whales in nearshore waters
verb

(of a company) transfer (a business operation) to a nearby country, especially in preference to a more distant location.

Usage examples:

Many capital market firms are starting to nearshore their operations

Nearsighted

ˌnɪəˈsaɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Nearsighted:

adjective

Another term for short-sighted.

Meanings of Nearsightedly:

adverb

In a way that shows that you are only able to see objects clearly that are close to you

Usage examples:

He took his glasses off and peered nearsightedly into my face., she leaned forward in her chair and…

Meanings of Nearsightedness:

noun

The condition of only being able to see clearly objects that are close to you

Usage examples:

I wear glasses for nearsightedness, but now can't read small print., extreme nearsightedness can be…

Neat

niːt

Meanings of Neat:

adjective

Arranged in a tidy way; in good order.

Usage examples:

The books had been stacked up in neat piles
noun

A bovine animal.

abbreviation

Non-exercise activity thermogenesis (the energy dissipated as heat by a person during minor physical activity, such as fidgeting or shivering, that does not involve a large expenditure of energy and is not perceived as exercise).

Meanings of Neaten:

verb

Make (something) tidy.

Usage examples:

She made an attempt to neaten her hair

Meanings of Neatened:

verb

Make (something) tidy.

Usage examples:

She made an attempt to neaten her hair

Meanings of Neatening:

verb

Make (something) tidy.

Usage examples:

She made an attempt to neaten her hair

Meanings of Neatens:

verb

Make (something) tidy.

Usage examples:

She made an attempt to neaten her hair

Meanings of Neater:

adjective

Arranged in a tidy way; in good order.

Usage examples:

The books had been stacked up in neat piles
noun

Cattle.

Usage examples:

Their dress is composed of neat's hide tanned and stamped like certain species of saddle-leather
abbreviation

Non-exercise activity thermogenesis (the energy dissipated as heat by a person during minor physical activity, such as fidgeting or shivering, that does not involve a large expenditure of energy and is not perceived as exercise).

Meanings of Neatest:

adjective

Arranged in a tidy way; in good order.

Usage examples:

The books had been stacked up in neat piles
noun

Cattle.

Usage examples:

Their dress is composed of neat's hide tanned and stamped like certain species of saddle-leather
abbreviation

Non-exercise activity thermogenesis (the energy dissipated as heat by a person during minor physical activity, such as fidgeting or shivering, that does not involve a large expenditure of energy and is not perceived as exercise).

Meanings of Neath:

preposition

Beneath.

Usage examples:

Roaming around neath the trees
proper noun

An industrial town in south wales on the river neath; population 46,800 (est. 2009).

Meanings of Neatherd:

noun

A cowherd.

Meanings of Neatherds:

noun

A cowherd.

Neatly

ˈniːt.li

Meanings of Neatly:

adverb

In a neat way.

Usage examples:

Neatly folded shirts

Neatness

ˈniːt.nəs

Meanings of Neatness:

noun

The quality or condition of being neat.

Usage examples:

His obsessive neatness

Neats

niːt

Meanings of Neats:

noun

A bovine animal.

adjective

Arranged in a tidy way; in good order.

Usage examples:

The books had been stacked up in neat piles

Meanings of Neb:

noun

A nose, snout, or bird's beak.

Usage examples:

Apart from my neb, i'm really not that bad looking, but whenever i'm talking to anyone they just ca…
abbreviation

(in the uk) national enterprise board.

Meanings of Nebbed:

adjective

Having a neb, especially of a specified kind, as "black-nebbed", "blue-nebbed", "red-nebbed", "sharp-nebbed", etc.

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