frontiers

[ fruhn-teer, fron-; also, esp. British, fruhn-teer ]SEE DEFINITION OF frontiers

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Within its frontiers there was peace for two or three hundred years.

Over the frontiers they come with their jewels, their plate, and their money-chests.

One of Virginia's frontiers at this time was the Eastern Shore.

Russians will stream over your frontiers and settle in your cities.

Why should we have all those thousands of miles of frontiers to defend?

Now other Roman soldiers, also, had been stationed at the frontiers of Gaul to serve as guards.

That seemed to be typical; the frontiers of science, now, were all decimal points.

It is scarcely sixty-two miles from Cape Bernouilli to the frontiers of Victoria.

Frontiers remained exactly as they were when the first shot was fired.

The far Southwest was the oldest of all American frontiers, and the stubbornest.