His next door neighbours - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
next-door neighbor (redirected from his next door neighbours)
A person who lives or works in the accommodation immediately adjacent to one. My next-door neighbor offered to look after my pets while I'm away. We have new next-door neighbors in our office building. I think they said they're doing financial consulting work for small businesses.
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one's next-door neighbor
the person living in the house or apartment closest to one's own. My next-door neighbor came over to borrow a shovel. I will be visiting our next-door neighbor if you need me.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive
The culprit, identified as Naseeb, had told his next door neighbours
to turn down the music being played by them.
Michael Haywood threw stones onto the roof of a granny flat of an 83-year-old woman, who is dying of cancer, during the latest incident in a six-year campaign of harassment against both his next door neighbours
No word on whether his next door neighbours
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- hint for (something)
- hint to
- hip to
- hip to (someone or something)
- Hip, hip, hooray!
- Hip, hip, hurrah!
- hire (someone) away
- hire (someone) away from (someone or something)
- hire and fire
- hire away
- hire out
- hired girl
- hired gun
- hired hand
- hired man
- hired muscle
- his next door neighbours
- his nibs
- his, her, etc. bark is worse than his, her, etc. bite
- his, her, etc. ears are burning
- his, her, etc. ears are flapping
- his, her, etc. face is like thunder
- his, your, etc. raison d'être
- hiss (someone) off (the stage)
- hiss at
- hiss at (someone or something)
- hiss off
- hiss out
- hissing hot
- history in the making
- history repeats itself
- hit (one) (right) between the eyes
- hit (one) below the belt
- hit (one) close to home
- hit (one) for (something)
- hit (one) for six
- hit (one) in the eye
- hit (one) like a brick wall