One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Trading urban sprawl for expansive green fields and terraces for neighbourless living surely suggests a burning desire for a change of pace.’
- ‘It is a big neighbourless cottage on a hill surrounded by a hundred mountains.’
- ‘Louise and Jerry were neighborless, only a barren nondescript storefront occupied the space to their left.’
- ‘He was quite dismayed when I told him, as apparently his group had thought they were neighbourless.’
- ‘We have no neighbors in the back as our backyard borders on the railroad easement, the east of our house is neighborless with 40 acres of wooded land owned by the county.’
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