Neighboring, by definition is to annoy, harass and/or sabotage unliked neighbors in your neighborhood.

Usually best to strike anonymously to avoid law enforcement. This can include: Switching lawn furniture between yards to initiate war, ripping down clothes from clothes lines (preferably underwear) and throwing it into other yards, tipping lawn furniture into pools (where applicable), stealing decorations, smashing lights, deflating car tires, keying cars, breaking fences, relocating outdoor pet into other yard, stealing lawnmowers, jamming air conditioners, stomping on roofs at 3am, ringing doorbells, egging & TPing.

Works best when sabotaging two neighbors instead of the one you dislike and yourself.
"Yesterday while Neighboring, I broke into their garage and took a shit on the hood of their car."
by Darkour Master March 6, 2010
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What you do with the hot neighbor across the street when the husband or wife is away/gone/out of picture or just at work. You are not dating, in a relationship, or any other defined word other than neighboring. It is a hush hush thing where you sneak in and out after the kids are asleep to avoid a scandal on your block. No public displays of affection are allowed, otherwise it would not easily stay with in the confines of the word neighboring. What happens behind closed doors, stays behind closed doors. No matter what she tells her twin sister/brother or what he or she wants to call it, it is just neighboring and that is that. Every other weekend when the kids are with the baby daddy/baby mama they can have little adventures such as a weekend trip to Miami but that STILL doesn't change anything. You are still just neighbors in a different geological location. Neighboring specifically refers to the process of this behavior. It is possible to be involved with neighboring more than one neighbor or several of those in the neighborhood if you all continue to call each other neighbors. If you want to get cute you can call each other Nei Nei and that will be another word to define here in the Urban Dictionary.
I am going out to Walmart to do some neighboring with my Nei Nei, we might spend a little time in the changing room, then come back to the house and "Watch a Movie."
by Nei-Nei April 5, 2013
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Neighbor is a term used to replace nigga. This term is used when white people are rapping/singing a song but don't wanna get in trouble or when there's black people around.
white person: "*raps* *raps* ni-"
black person: "Huh?"
white person: "uh... neighbor, *continues rapping*"
black person: "That's what I thought."
by MajisBest March 13, 2019
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A convenient person to have as a friend as they live near you
-dude lets chill we live so close, we're neighbors it'll be easy
by Hey Judy January 17, 2009
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People who live adjacent to you.

They may live next door, down the road, on the other side of the wall, on top of you, or below you.

They can be nice, rude, outgoing, shy, or cool. They may bake plates of browines or cookies for you. They may have sex a lot. They may blast shitty music at unreasonable hours. You may hang out with them a lot. You may never see them.

Weather you love them or hate them, you had better learn to live with them, because they live so close to you, after all.
Make sure that your neighbor isnt a serial murderer/rapist.
by JakeStar April 28, 2005
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Neighbor, neighbour, neighbors, neighbours,

1. One who persistantly complains and argues in a annoying manner

2. One who continuously finds fault in all aspects of any given situation.

3. One who is bothersome

4. One who, or that which, annoys.

5. One who violently demonstrates rage or frustration; a sudden outburst of ill temper.

Origin 2004-06
"That boy wants to do something with me this afternoon, but I'm busy so he threw a neighbors."
by Alexander Cattish February 29, 2008
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A term used to describe a non-live-in sexual partner w/out publicly admitting a committed relation. Similar to room-mate w/ the exception that each partner maintains a separate residence, generally w/in close proximity to each other. Commonly used at bars when attempting to gain a new sexual partner when questioned about a current one. Used by both men and women, most commonly heard in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Sorry I missed your call.. i was having diner w/ my neighbor.

OMG, so I've been hanging out w/ my neighbor, and he just asked if I'd be his room-mate!

I can't go out to night, I'm going to the movies w/ my neighbor.

Oh.. she's just my neighbor.
by deadwait March 8, 2009
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