Common misspellings for border:
borther, boder, boerder, aorder, bonde, boerd, forder, oorder, borhter, farder, bloder, dieorder, bourder, broder, board'my, boeer, bordors, bordom, boluder, bourders, boerdom, berden, burdern, boudary, booter, borded, boreder, bottor, bordeau, boordom, ordear, norder, broter, bouduir, bordeum, ordar, borderd, ordeer, buider, bodiee, botter, bordor, eorder, horder, borader, bordely, boarde, sorde, bordem, morder, brode, deorder, breder, bordeer, theorder, diorder, borde, brouder, bordeom, bordome, birday, sorder, boardem, bouder, biddear, boarden, ordee, furder, cybord, boader, bodey, bertter, aborde, boders, bodher, bordly, quorder, bordrer, berter, borward, bordam, bedder, borthday, boter, boardd, bourd, badder, boodter, blouder, bordum, borker, boher, boudiour, birthorder, bordes, boarderd, burders, boade, bouied, corder, boudior, barder, botehr, borght, biider, badar, btoher, boo'ed, bodie, borede, borroer, ordder, bider, broarder, bourded, bardeez, boudry, labordor, birgadier, boduy, oerder, borcher, boddha, burded, borwser, oirder, vorder, burder, ourder, bourden, boyde, toorder, baorded, worder, birde, beder, bouer, boord, boadr, bohter, boudouir, boeher, bodrer, boardum, boudair, borden, iorder, ordaer, bideo, bordell o, gorder, blrder, bprder, b0rder, boeder, bofder, botder, bo5der, bo4der, borser, borxer, borcer, borfer, borrer, boreer, bordwr, bordsr, borddr, bordrr, bord4r, bord3r, bordee, bordef, bordet, borde5, borde4, vborder, bvorder, nborder, bnorder, hborder, bhorder, gborder, bgorder, bkorder, bokrder, blorder, bolrder, bporder, boprder, b0order, bo0rder, b9order, bo9rder, bodrder, bordder, bofrder, borfder, botrder, bortder, bo5rder, bor5der, bo4rder, bor4der, borsder, bordser, borxder, bordxer, borcder, bordcer, bordfer, borrder, bordwer, bordewr, bordesr, bordedr, borderr, bord4er, borde4r, bord3er, borde3r, bordere, bordefr, borderf, bordetr, bordert, borde5r, border5, border4, order, bordr, obrder, boredr, bordre, bborder, rorder, jorder, bgrder, bnrder, bo2der, bobder, bozder, bovder, bopder, bosder, borter, borler, bordur, bordmr, bordar, bordgr, borde2, bordeb, bordez, bordev, bordep, b order, bo rder, bor der, bord er, borde r.
Definition of border:
- To touch at the edge or boundary; to be contiguous or adjacent; -- with on or upon as, Connecticut borders on Massachusetts.
- To be adjacent; to approach.
- To put a border on.
- To lie on the border; adjoin; approach; resemble; often with on or upon.
- To make a border for; to furnish with a border, as for ornament; as, to border a garment or a garden.
- To be, or to have, contiguous to; to touch, or be touched, as by a border; to be, or to have, near the limits or boundary; as, the region borders a forest, or is bordered on the north by a forest.
- To confine within bounds; to limit.
- To make a decorative margin about.
- To make or adorn with a border: to bound.
- To place a border to.
- To approach; to come near to; to verge.
- To touch at the edge or boundary; to be contiguous or adjacent; - with on or upon as, Connecticut borders on Massachusetts.
- To touch at the edge or boundary; with on or upon; to approach.
- To approach: to be adjacent.
- To approach; to adjoin.
- lie adjacent to another or share a boundary; " Canada adjoins the U. S."; " England marches with Scotland"
- provide with a border or edge; " edge the tablecloth with embroidery"
- To make or adorn with a border; to reach or be contiguous to.
- To be near to; to reach to; to adjoin; to adorn with a border; to ornament; to limit.
- a strip forming the outer edge of something; " the rug had a wide blue border"
- the boundary line or the area immediately inside the boundary
- The outer part or edge of anything, as of a garment, a garden, etc.; margin; verge; brink.
- A boundary; a frontier of a state or of the settled part of a country; a frontier district.
- A strip or stripe arranged along or near the edge of something, as an ornament or finish.
- A narrow flower bed.
- The outer part or edge of anything; a margin; boundary; rim; brink; frontier; verge; a narrow flower bed usually along a path.
- The edge or margin of anything: the march or boundary of a country: a flower- bed in a garden.
- An edge or margin; frontier; spot in which plants are set for ornament.
- A margin or edge; brink; verge; frontier.
- The edge of anything; margin; boundary; frontier; a flower- bed.
- The outer edge or part of anything; the surrounding line or limits of a large or small tract of land.