And to deprive somebody for money of heath care or [medical] testing is bordering on criminal.
But its legislative reaction is overwrought, and bordering on the fascist.
The architecture of the WPA had a very distinct, and very consistent, aesthetic: austere Art Deco, bordering on the monolithic.
But there is an obsession, bordering on pathology, with keeping wages as low as humanly possible.
Things got so bad a couple of months ago that Omran, along with several of his friends, tried to escape to bordering Egypt.
bordering on the Suiones are the Sitones, agreeing with them in all things excepting that they are governed by a woman.
The wide expanse of sunny water and the bordering shore were empty.
The numerals were in sapphires, within a bordering ring of emeralds and black pearls.
His mind, bordering on sleep, dwelt lazily on hot baths in general.
The tail is drawn out to a long conical point, without the slightest appearance of compression or of bordering fins.
mid-14c., from Old French bordure "seam, edge of a shield, border," from Frankish *bord or a similar Germanic source (cf. Old English bord "side;" see board (n.2)). The geopolitical sense first attested 1530s, in Scottish (replacing earlier march), from The Borders, name of the district adjoining the boundary between England and Scotland.
c.1400, "to put a border on;" 1640s as "to lie on the border of," from border (n.). Related: Bordered; bordering.