NEIGHBORHOOD: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for NEIGHBORHOOD?

Need another word that means the same as “neighborhood”? Find 5 synonyms and 30 related words for “neighborhood” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Neighborhood” are: locality, neck of the woods, neighbourhood, vicinity, region

Neighborhood as a Noun

Definitions of "Neighborhood" as a noun

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “neighborhood” as a noun can have the following definitions:

  • An area within a city or town that has some distinctive features (especially one forming a community.
  • People living near one another.
  • A surrounding or nearby region.
  • The approximate amount of something (usually used prepositionally as in `in the region of.

Synonyms of "Neighborhood" as a noun (5 Words)

localityA surrounding or nearby region.
The rock s size and locality.
neck of the woodsThe part of an organism (human or animal) that connects the head to the rest of the body.
neighbourhoodA surrounding or nearby region.
She lived in a wealthy neighbourhood of Boston.
regionThe approximate amount of something usually used prepositionally as in in the region of.
The lumbar region.
vicinityThe area near or surrounding a particular place.
The abundance and vicinity of country seats.

Usage Examples of "Neighborhood" as a noun

  • He always blames someone else in the immediate neighborhood.
  • An ethnic neighborhood.
  • It is a friendly neighborhood.
  • My neighborhood voted for Bush.
  • The price is in the neighborhood of $100.

Associations of "Neighborhood" (30 Words)

boroughA town sending representatives to Parliament.
burgherA descendant of a Dutch or Portuguese colonist in Sri Lanka.
The poem is not the sort of thing the sturdy burghers of Manchester would wish to read.
cityA town created a city by charter and usually containing a cathedral.
The city voted for Republicans in 1994.
constituencyAn area whose voters elect a representative to a legislative body.
Most politicians are more interested in the voice of their constituency.
countyRelating to or characteristic of aristocratic people with an ancestral home in a particular county.
It is the county s third final in four years.
denizenA person who inhabits a particular place.
Denizens of field and forest.
districtA division of a county or region that elects its own councillors.
An elegant shopping district.
domainThe content of a particular field of knowledge.
The country s isolation in the domain of sport.
domesticConverted or adapted to domestic use.
Domesticated plants like maize.
downtownIn or into a downtown area.
The heart of Pittsburgh s downtown.
dwellerA person who inhabits a particular place.
The majority of urban dwellers live in small apartments.
homeProvide with or send to a home.
Each year thousands of cats which could have been homed are being needlessly put down.
inhabitantA person who inhabits a particular place.
localA local branch of an organization especially a trade union.
The local post office.
localityThe position or site of something.
The rock s size and locality.
manorThe landed estate of a lord (including the house on it.
They were the undisputed rulers of their manor.
metropolitanRelating to or denoting a metropolitan or his see.
A sophisticated metropolitan.
municipalRelating or belonging to or characteristic of a municipality.
National and municipal elections.
nationalOwned or maintained for the public by the national government.
A national newspaper.
populationThe act of populating (causing to live in a place.
Areas of sparse population.
populousHaving a large population; densely populated.
The populous city of Shanghai.
provinceA district under an archbishop or a metropolitan.
She knew little about wine that had been her father s province.
quarterDivide by four divide into quarters.
They have strong muscular quarters.
regionThe approximate amount of something usually used prepositionally as in in the region of.
Penguins inhabit the polar regions.
resident(of a bird, butterfly or other animal) remaining in an area throughout the year; non-migratory.
The hotel restaurant is open to residents and guests of residents.
residentialDesigned for people to live in.
A residential sixth form college.
subdivideDivide into smaller and smaller pieces.
This apartment cannot be subdivided any further.
townThe permanent residents of a university town.
He has moved to town.
underpopulatedHaving an insufficient or very small population.
The rocky and underpopulated west coast.
vicinityProximity in space or relationship.
The plane crashed in the vicinity of Asheville.

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