Synonyms for Neighborly:

adj.

all (adjective)
neighbourly.
benevolent (adjective)
alms-giving, altruistic, beneficent, benevolent, bountiful, charitable, chivalrous, compassionate, considerate, generous, high-minded, humane, humanitarian, kind, motherly, munificent, noble, philanthropic, unselfish.
friendly (adjective)
affectionate, amiable, chummy, close, clubby, companionable, considerate, cordial, empathic, genial, gracious, gregarious, helpful, hospitable, intimate, kind, like-minded, sociable, warmhearted, amicable, congenial, friendly, genuine, good-natured, nice, pleasant, spontaneous, welcoming, Warm-hearted.
sociable (adjective)
affable, amiable, amicable, chatty, companionable, congenial, convivial, cordial, courteous, easygoing, folksy, friendly, gabby, garrulous, genial, gracious, gregarious, hearty, hospitable, sociable, talkative, vivacious, helpful.

adv.

benevolently (adverb)
altruistically, benevolently, charitably, chivalrously, compassionately, considerately, generously, humanely, kindly, unselfishly, Beneficently.
sociably (adverb)
affably, amiably, amicably, chattily, congenially, convivially, cordially, courteously, garrulously, genially, graciously, gregariously, heartily, hospitably, sociably, talkatively, vivaciously, companionably.

adv

benevolently (adverb)
altruistically, benevolently, charitably, chivalrously, compassionately, considerately, generously, humanely, kindly, motherly, unselfishly, Beneficently.
sociably (adverb)
affably, amiably, amicably, chattily, congenially, convivially, cordially, courteously, friendly, garrulously, genially, graciously, gregariously, heartily, hospitably, sociably, talkatively, vivaciously, companionably.

n.

attitude, love. neighborly (noun)
friendly, neighbourly.

v.

obliging (verb)
helpful.

Other synonyms:

Other relevant words:
good-natured, helpful, neighbourly, pleasant, welcoming, Warm-hearted.

Usage examples for neighborly

  1. The people are lovely, and so neighborly and hospitable. – Molly Brown's Post-Graduate Days by Nell Speed
  2. In deep solitudes, where it surely retreats by nesting time, however neighborly it may be during the migrations, its pensive, pathetic notes, long drawn out, seem like the expression of some hidden sorrow. – Bird-Neighbors by Blanchan, Neltje
  3. It is thought to strain our complaisance to Spain beyond her right or merit, and almost against the right of the other party, and certainly against the claims they have to our good wishes and neighborly relations. – Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson