live next door

live next door (to someone)

to live in the house or dwelling next to someone. I live next door to John. John lives next door to me. John lives next door.
See also: door, live, next
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I FIND it appalling that a man who exposed himself to a neighbour almost every day for nine years is allowed to return and live next door to her again (Gazette 8.
Well, Mary Carr, he does live next door to people on either side of him.
The people who live next door all seem to work at a petrol station which I think someone from Sri Lanka took over.
Mrs Hyett and hubby Neil, 35, live next door to Shannon's mum.
Although there'd be a lot of twitching curtains and 'keeping up with the Windsors', a new survey has found that the person people would most like to live next door to is the Queen.
A woman who told her neighbours: 'I wouldn't want to live next door to me', has been ordered to stop being so noisy.
It made me realize that we can graduate kids to go to the best universities and high schools, (but) if they're not good people, who wants to live next door to them?
The representation of the Anglican church has been mixed in recent years, from funeral director David Fisher's conflicted relationship with his Episcopal parish in HBO's Six Feet Under (his ordination to the vocational deaconate was delayed because the parish vestry suspected he was gay), to 1997's hopeless Soul Man, which featured Dan Ackroyd as a hipster, motorcycle-riding priest (whose zany bishop seemed to live next door, so frequent were his visits), it can sometimes be difficult to reconcile the church we know with the one we see on television.
Now that we have evolved and live next door to each other but somehow we have forgotten the original need that made us to come together.
But the people who live next door to the Filipinos targeted by these dozy scumbags are furious at what has happened.
Because we live next door to people we never would have lived next door to in another era, and because we are much more involved with each other, religious pluralism is a part of our everyday reality today.
And then she added, "It's best to live next door to a Samaritan, because they make real good neighbors.
continues to be welcome around the world, and that we apply `community' and `neighbor' equally to those who live next door or on the next continent," said Daft when making the announcement.
The pair sum up two categories of neighbours identified by psychologist Donna Dawson following a survey by housebuilders Wimpey that lifts the lid on the people who live next door.
She said: ''I live next door to the school and we see it all the time and hear the brakes.