too close

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  • They were too close to the original works on which they were based.
  • The results of the election were too close to call for several days.
  • This was because it was considered too close to a white town.
  • If it gets too close to you, you would have to start again.
  • The result was too close to call for almost two days.
  • He had not fired, because they had been too close to the action.
  • Several people have been killed after getting too close and falling in.
  • When a castle is too close to a town/wall, it cannot be expanded.
  • The election was too close to call on election night.
  • A young woman tells a man that her parents keep her too close for them to meet.
  • It was felt that the trees had originally been planted too close together.
  • When seen from behind, the rear legs are straight and not too close together.
  • His government was also perceived to have grown too close to business interests.
  • They can be used when a patient's teeth are too close together.
  • I am too close to what has happened to see it in proper perspective.
  • We were too close to it to see.
  • If he's too close to the pace car, he will slow down.
  • They will also cling to him if he stands too close to them.
  • Much of its material comes from an earlier church that became too close to the cliff.
  • In the past, we have been too close to the Democratic Party.
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