so close

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  • They do not know that they are so close to each other.
  • There was no by-election, being so close to the end of his term.
  • She cried when she heard that song and we are so close now.
  • They are holding hands and so close they seem like one person.
  • He considered it his good fortune that he could see the man so close.
  • They are so close that they have developed a secret language that only they understand.
  • It is unusual to find two stop-points so close to each other.
  • This has given a great experience to perform so close to the audience.
  • The house was so close to London that many of his friends visited.
  • And to hear that and to have the Queen pass so close to me.
  • Death he had seen before, but never so close to him. Cited from The Wind Bloweth, by Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne
  • He had never been so close to a real love affair before. Cited from Shelled by an Unseen Foe, by James Fiske
  • It's the only place where two foreign cities are so close to each other.
  • So close is the connection that the one cannot be affected without the other. Cited from Life and Conduct, by J. Cameron Lees
  • They got so close that they had to be ordered to get back of course officials.
  • With the picture so close to their eyes, most people cannot focus on the picture.
  • Britain has never been so close to winning ever since.
  • That person is so close to you that you are able to share some things only with him.
  • Strange that they two should have come so close as to need no names one with the other. Cited from The Man of the Desert, by Grace Livingston Hill
  • To work so hard and get so close, there is no praise too high.
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