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noun as in boundary

noun as in unexplored, unoccupied area of land

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Sweden explores new frontiers in our misguided, foolish, pointless obsession with rating and censoring entertainment.

The Tsars used them to push the frontiers of Russia southwards and east, through Siberia and as far as the Pacific Ocean.

Americans are reading just as much as they did four years ago, despite the new frontiers of digital media.

This is also the right time economically to more actively promote technological frontiers with more support for basic research.

Study discussed at the AARC International Conference on Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research, Oct. 22-25, 2011.

These savages committed great depredations on the frontiers, and refused all terms of peace.

Nations in arms were gathering on the frontiers of France, and the savagery of the populace was let loose.

The Flemish coast, from the frontiers of France to the frontiers of Holland, is throughout the same in appearance.

When in Holland a few weeks ago, I had the good fortune to cross one of the Dutch frontiers.

India has its own native army, and pays for the maintenance within its frontiers of an imperial garrison.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to frontiers, such as: perimeter, march, borderline, bound, confines, and edge.

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