Origin of next-door
Examples from the Web for next-door
My next-door neighbor, a famous shrink, once asked me what my professional goals were.
He can often be seen working on one of three show cars, says next-door neighbor George Gayan.Loughner's Parents: Did They Know About His Mental Illness?|Claire Martin, Masada Siegel|January 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Al Qaeda has been regrouping in next-door Yemen, where security is poor and operational activity is much easier for the group.
Pinault, gray-flannelled and black-shoed, was conferring at the next-door table with an adviser, Philippe Segalot.
Smith does soul as it should be done: as a next-door neighbor to the blues, with all the necessary melancholy and honest emotion.
She seemed in very good spirits; but her next-door neighbour was nursing a sick child, and looked unhappy enough.Tent Work in Palestine|Claude Reignier Conder
But Mr. Cowen's scrawl was crowquill-work and copperplate compared with its next-door neighbour.Seeing and Hearing|George W. E. Russell
I got my information from the next-door neighbour, Mrs. Batts.The Paradise Mystery|J. S. Fletcher
He had discovered that one's next-door neighbours make a great difference to one's life.More William|Richmal Crompton
They have discovered that our next-door neighbor, the moon, is about the temperature of boiling water.The World on Wheels and Other Sketches|Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin) Taylor