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intimacy (s) (IN tuh muh see) (noun), intimacies(pl)
1. The state of being a very close friend: Jack and Hank have had an intimacy for years and it still exists today with each other and their family members.
2. A close, familiar, and usually affectionate or loving personal relationship with another person or group: Peter has an intimacy with his local church friends for as long as he can remember.
3. A strong association with, devotion to, or deep understanding of a place, a subject, a period of history, etc.: Tim's neighborliness or intimacy has made his home a happy place to live.
4. An act or expression serving as a token of familiarity, fondness, etc.: The faculty members of the school had an intimacy of using their first names with each other.
5. Privacy; especially, as suitable to the telling of confidential information: Ted, and his sister, have shared their confidential information during the intimacy of their many telephone conversations.
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