"Class and wealth, rather than religion or ethnicity, were the determinants of neighborliness," King writes.
The greatest thing about knocking on strangers' doors is the reaffirmation of neighborliness.
But it took the Neighborhood House to teach us as a community the beginnings of the art of neighborliness.
It was not charity, but neighborliness and good will she read there.
Settlements; their origin and history; what can neighborliness do for the poor?
neighborliness has not grown in the mountains—it is on the wane.
The neighborliness and hospitality of farmers is proverbial in every land and clime.
He was gone as quickly as he had come, but he had left a glow of cheer and neighborliness behind him.
The root of community interaction is neighborliness—an interest in and concern for other people.
Without a doubt the housekeeper, who is a shrewd woman, fosters this spirit of neighborliness.