Definitions and Examples of adjoining, touching, connected
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Being next to or in contact with something else.
The hotel room had an adjoining door to the next room.
In close proximity or contact with something else.
The two trees were touching each other at the top.
Joined or linked together.
The two buildings were connected by a bridge.
Key Differences: adjoining vs touching vs connected
- 1Adjoining describes things that are next to each other, but not necessarily touching.
- 2Touching describes things that are in close proximity or contact with each other.
- 3Connected describes things that are joined or linked together.
Effective Usage of adjoining, touching, connected
- 1Real Estate: Use adjoining to describe properties that are next to each other.
- 2Physical Description: Use touching to describe objects that are in close contact with each other.
- 3Technology: Use connected to describe devices that are linked together.
The antonyms of nonadjoining describe things that are close or in contact with each other. Adjoining means next to each other, touching means in close proximity or contact, and connected means joined or linked together. Use these words in real estate, physical descriptions, and technology contexts.