If the routers are all on the same LAN (and satisfied the above requirements), they will be both both adjacent and neighbors. In fact, EIGRP has a much simpler concept of an adjacency than OSPF and we normally only speak about neighbors in EIGRP, not adjacencies. Unlike OSPF, you do not have the concept of neighbors that are not adjacent.
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