noun, plural in·ti·ma·cies.
- intimate borrowing,
- intimations of immortality
Origin of intimacy
Examples from the Web for intimacy
Miller realized he had a partner, another life, and, despite the intimacy she thought they had built, he was just another client.Sex, Suicide, and Homework: The Secret World of the Telephone Hotline|Tim Teeman|November 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
One of the suits against Kelley charged her with defamation for calling Miller an “intimacy stalker” in her LiveJournal page.
But the Beyoncé stage pictures are a ruse: they have an air of intimacy while telling us nothing of substance at all.
It is an advertising campaign, selling Dior and selling her, bathed in the false glow of intimacy.
Scotland for her must have been the location of many treasured moments of intimacy.
Forster quotes Chorleys remark that Nothing could be compared with the intimacy of their mutual musical sympathy.The Violoncello and Its History|Wilhelm Joseph von Wasielewski
The son's intimacy did not, however, assist the father; so that at last Maisons made M. le Duc d'Orleans speak to me himself.The Memoirs of Louis XIV., His Court and The Regency, Complete|Duc de Saint-Simon
It placed me at once on a footing of intimacy with the friends of my friends.The Guerilla Chief|Mayne Reid
Mr. Stephens had at no time during the war been on terms of intimacy with323 Mr. Davis.The History of the Confederate War, Its Causes and Its Conduct, Volume II (of 2)|George Cary Eggleston
I had no idea that my nephew was on terms of any intimacy in your household.Kildares of Storm|Eleanor Mercein Kelly