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boarder

[ bawr-der, bohr- ]
/ ˈbɔr dər, ˈboʊr- /
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noun
a person, especially a lodger, who is supplied with regular meals.
a member of a boarding party.

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Origin of boarder

First recorded in 1520–30; board + -er1

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH boarder

boarder , border
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How to use boarder in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for boarder

boarder
/ (ˈbɔːdə) /

noun
British a pupil who lives at school during term time
US a child who lives away from its parents and is cared for by a person or organization receiving payment
another word for lodger
a person who boards a ship, esp one who forces his way aboard in an attackstand by to repel boarders
informal a person who takes part in sailboarding or snowboarding
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