- n a tenant in someone's house
- n someone who forces their way aboard ship
stand by to repel boarders
- n a pupil who lives at school during term time
- The body boarder he once thought was a living god doesn't inspire awe anymore, only contempt.
- Whether or not Marian was a platonic boarder, Author Haight does not say.
- She did this at the behest of her longtime boarder and not-so-longtime second husband, financial writer Clarence Barron.
- John Milne in guardian.co.uk
The school's headteacher, John Milne, said he was "a well liked and respected boarder who will be sorely missed by his fellow pupils and staff".
- Danny Maciocia in Toronto Sun
When we take a look at the number of players who have explored the NFL window here during the off-season, there have been a total of 17 players who have gone south of the boarder that played in the CFL last year,said Maciocia. "Fortunately...
- Meles Zenawi in News24
At the meeting in Addis Ababa, Meles said "the issue of the demarcation of the boarder should be resolved through dialogue". "The people and government of Ethiopia have strong desire to resolve the border dispute between the two countries...