Border [noun]

Definition of Border:

outermost edge, margin

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Sentence/Example of Border:

A border feud at Reedsquair, between the English and Scottish marchmen, in which the former were completely beaten.

A few minutes, and he would perhaps have slipped across the border—when something startled him into sudden life again.

For the cry is gone round about the border of Moab: the howling thereof unto Gallim, and unto the well of Elim the cry thereof.

He was one of the most daring, brave and intrepid officers of the army, and his adventures almost border on romance.

The Allegheny Mountains border Virginia along the west and numerous high, narrow ridges are found here.

Douglas conducted them over the Border, and Sir William soon afterwards died of his wound.

It is a genuine old border town, so far unspoiled by commercialism.

The main body of the party struggled forward to the Border, but many of them—Barbour says three-fourths—were slain or captured.

It was plain that Bruce would instantly follow up his victory, and already there was anxiety on the Border.

Its history was no doubt as stirring as that of others of the border castles, which more fortunately escaped annihilation.