boarding[ bawr-ding, bohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF boarding
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I am in the habit of boarding at a quiet house kept by a widow.
Cooper had a little row with this boarding officer, but was silenced by the captain.
They were the last of the boarding party—the girl was nowhere in sight.
"I'm sick of this boarding house we're in," Henry exclaimed.
The people at the boarding house would, of course, not permit it.
Of course it is only a boarding house, and not a very good one.
His forehead was wet, showing that he had hurried on his way to the boarding house.
He landed on his back upon the nets, sill and a foot of boarding in his hands.
Bid them stand to their arms lest it should come to boarding.
Her first idea was to seek a boarding place, and then she could look about her.
1530s, "supplying of meals, food and lodging," from board (n.1) in its extended sense of "food" (via notion of "table"). Boarding-school is from 1670s; boarding house attested from 1728.