boarded[ bawrd, bohrd ]SEE DEFINITION OF boarded
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOARDED
We have boarded so long, I think you'll enjoy a home of your own.
He was in the fight, and boarded with Decatur, but did not save his commander's life.
We were fighting a fair fight, for he had boarded the ship when the mast fell and killed him.
In addition, there was the district school-master who boarded with us.
When we boarded in Boston, we kept her in a front room, two flights from the ground.
She was stopped and boarded off Malmoe by the crew of a German submarine.
And he left the boat at the next port and boarded one for America.
Yes, I recollect; I've boarded her twenty times—always empty.
The walls were boarded and the ceilings were low, rough and whitewashed.
She might even have boarded a Sixth Avenue car, or hailed a passing cab.