borderland[ bawr-der-land ]SEE DEFINITION OF borderland
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BORDERLAND
Let me see you win your spurs here in the Borderland, and then—to America you go!'
And if ever he did get beyond the borderland he would do the most amazing things.
I asked somewhat hazily, for I was still on the borderland of dreams.
They stood encamped on the borderland of the Unknown realm to which they belonged.
He was on the borderland between life and death, his feet were at the brink.
He followed Sterne also in driving the sensuous to the borderland of the sensual.
Do you not know what it means to take a gift from the Dark Ones of the Borderland?
We pass now from the far south to the other side of the Borderland.
He but depicts life as it exists on the borderland between Mexico and Texas.
Being unwritten it allowed of a borderland where powers were undefined.