board[ bawrd, bohrd ]SEE DEFINITION OF board
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOARD
He quickly turned the boat to the shore, and the stranger jumped on board.
He didn't go on board till the morning on which the ship was to sail.
If you don't know my position on board this ship, it's time you found it out!
Two ropes were then hauled on board the vessel, a larger and a smaller.
It was no louder than a whisper from without—the creak of a board.
Mr. Bright, contrary to all expectation, became President of the Board of Trade.
When the train pulled into the station she was the first person to board it.
You can come on board as much earlier as you like, but I have named the latest time.
A boat came over from the other shore in the night, and a man got on board.
You've got no authority to board me, and I won't have you do it.