borders[ bawr-derz ]SEE DEFINITION OF borders
Synonyms for borders
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BORDERS
It's just on the borders of Lenox, and it's bound to come up when this blows over.
Did you not tell me that on the day when you prepared your borders this man followed you?
The Indians on the borders of the settled States were troublesome.
Oh, how stately the hollyhocks towered on the borders of the shrubbery!
Caesar led his army into Italy to the borders of the Rubicon.
How much gold had passed, mingled with the grass and the flowers on its borders?
Keep the borders clear from weeds, and stir the earth about the roots of the trees; this will hasten the ripening of the fruit.
Or sow with hemp all the borders where cabbages are planted, so as to enclose them, and not one of these vermin will approach.
It is a little shut-in place of darkness on the borders of the light.
Along their borders dwelt no human being; but life was there, life in abundance.