Boundary [noun]

Definition of Boundary:

outer limit

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Sentence/Example of Boundary:

Nearly all the mutineers swung round and galloped headlong for the landward boundary of the paddy field.

Boundary line between New York and Massachusetts agreed upon.

Now they are approaching the long row of noble beeches that line the boundary of Mortlake.

As the car rolled on toward Manhattan's northern boundary, the woman with the green eyes switched on the radio on the dash.

A large stone set in a secure place surely is a better boundary than a wayward stream whose course is changed by every freshet.

The boundary of a natural pond or lake, either in its natural state or raised artificially, is low-water mark.

But it would be digressing beyond a proper boundary, to go minutely into this subject here.

She found his tracks and followed them until they crossed the boundary of the hunting ground.

Berwick-on-Tweed lies partly in England and partly in Scotland, the river which runs through it forming the boundary line.

Perhaps you have heard the story told about mothers who taught their children the boundary lines.