boundary[ boun-duh-ree, -dree ]SEE DEFINITION OF boundary
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOUNDARY
They are like explorers who should mistake a boundary for the interior of a continent.
They are crossing the boundary between the first childhood and the second.
The seventh of these hath a bough which shoots over the boundary wall.
Right ahead was a stone marker which he knew marked the boundary of 150 Nevada.
The misfortune then was that no boundary stones could be found.
Practically, there were nearer a hundred chains of boundary.
In my childhood I saw it,—that Boundary House on the summit.
When I cross her boundary, I always feel that I am coming home.
Some one in the audience suggested the Boyne as the boundary of the frontier.
The fourth article draws the boundary between the Indians and the citizens of the United States.