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  • And more recently, both countries have been building a closer security and defense relationship.
  • He used this knowledge to his advantage by standing closer to the plate.
  • Yet the game was far closer and more interesting than the final score suggests.
  • It is closer to true center field than its right-center counterpart is.
  • Everyone knew that the closer they got to the bar, the less distance they would travel.
  • At the same time, he developed closer relations with the United States.
  • This first game was a lot like rugby but much closer to modern day football than soccer.
  • They can also form closer to the ground when the air is very cold and has enough moisture.
  • Closer constitutional ties, he believed, would bring greater peace and strength to these countries.
  • Henry also continued his involvement in events closer to home.
  • On a closer look, there may be found some differences regarding subjects.
  • During this time, the continents began to be located closer to where they are today.
  • The modern American usage of the word is much closer to the European sense.
  • This decline forced the three parties to work closer together.
  • For that, a closer, scientific look at nature is necessary.
  • The heavy rain and mud again made movement difficult and little artillery could be brought closer to the front.
  • Such a planet would be slightly closer to the Sun than Earth's mean distance.
  • To refresh his memory he brought the paper closer and closer to his eyes.
  • He was closer to his father, whom he spent much of his early life with abroad, than he was to his mother.
  • Colors closer to red are hot areas and colors closer to blue are cold areas.
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Words starting with closer

Synonyms of closer

Meaning of closer

  • noun A person who closes something
    whoever is the closer has to turn out the lights and lock up
  • noun (baseball) a relief pitcher who can protect a lead in the last inning or two of the game