propinquity

nearness in time or place affinity of nature 
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Propinquity

Pro·pin'qui·ty noun [ Latin propinquitas , from propinquus near, neighboring, from prope near.] 1. Nearness in place; neighborhood; proximity. 2. Nearness in time. Sir T. Browne. 3. Nearness of blood; kindred; affinity. Shak.
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propinquity

1. Nearness in place; neighborhood; proximity. ... 2. Nearness in time. ... 3. Nearness of blood; kindred; affinity. ... Origin: L. Propinquitas, from propinquus near, neighboring, from prope near. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Propinquity

• (n.) Nearness in time. • (n.) Nearness in place; neighborhood; proximity. • (n.) Nearness of blood; kindred; affinity.
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Propinquity

In social psychology, propinquity (from Latin propinquitas, "nearness") is one of the main factors leading to interpersonal attraction. It refers to the physical or psychological proximity between people. Propinquity can mean physical proximity, a kinship between people, or a similarity in nature between things ("like-attracts-like"). Two peop...
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