noun, plural con·ti·gu·i·ties.
Origin of contiguity
Related formsnon·con·ti·gu·i·ty, noun, plural non·con·ti·gu·i·ties.
Examples from the Web for contiguity
One can't, with a straight face, call this territorial "contiguity," especially since that road would be easy for Israel to close.
The relation between God and man is a relation of contiguity.The Theistic Conception of the World|B. F. (Benjamin Franklin) Cocker
Connecticut, from its contiguity to New York and its extent of sea coast, was peculiarly exposed to invasion.Life And Times Of Washington, Volume 2|John Frederick Schroeder
This is a low form of memory, resting on association by contiguity.Essay on the Creative Imagination|Th. Ribot