attiguous

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attiguous (comparative more attiguous, superlative most attiguous)

  1. (rare) Touching or having the same border; contiguous.
    • 1900, Mildred Anna Rosalie Tuker, The Christian monuments of Rome:
      Honorius III., in 1220, built or rebuilt a monastery attiguous to the church, of which no trace now remains.

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