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noun as in boundary

noun as in unexplored, unoccupied area of land

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I think this is a very important frontier for protein science.

They joined forces to create Science Service, which began syndicating articles about the frontiers of science to newspapers around the country.

For Microsoft, bringing streaming from the cloud to Xbox Game Pass has been revolutionary and opens up a new frontier with billions of gamers worldwide.

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Musk’s impromptu interview on Clubhouse seemingly opened up a new frontier in the world of Web communication.

Mike Daly, the lead designer, knew that they were playing on the frontier of what was possible — and acceptable to players.

Privacy advocates such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation say everyone should use it.

A cousin took me to the National Frontier Trail Museum, where I jotted down dutiful notes.

She went ahead and flew on Frontier Flight 1143 from Cleveland back to Dallas.

Nothing but watch, that is, and prevent Kurdish reinforcements from crossing the frontier to help defend Kobani.

A guy with a baseball cap tells me that the frontier one closed last month.

And it was no light task, then, for six hundred men to keep the peace on a thousand miles of frontier.

He was long engaged in sanguinary war with the Turks and the French, who pillaged and destroyed his frontier towns.

Next morning Rome rang with the affair; by noon all three Englishmen were safely over the frontier.

The wild frontier life had drawn him in and under, as in a whirlpool; but he was New Englander yet at heart.

Ten victories would not cost as much as the first week's march towards the frontier.


On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to frontier, such as: borderland, borderline, bound, confines, edge, and limit.

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