The correct answer is nearness.
The correct answer is (D) nearness; closeness; proximity. Also, closeness of kinship or relation.
Propinquity comes from Middle English propinquite, French propinquité, Latin propinquitas (nearness)
Examples of use:
- The island's propinquity to the mainland is apparent as you cross the bridge.
- He was our choice for night watchman for reason of his propinquity.