- border tax,
- border terrier,
- border, the,
- borderline personality,
- borderline personality disorder,
Origin of borderland
Examples from the Web for borderland
This borderland—the interface of human activity and wild habitat—is the most dangerous region of all for bears.
Perhaps he also hopes he can keep Ukraine as a borderland instead of having it join NATO.A Ukrainian-American Watches Putin from Kiev and Wonders What’s Next for Ukraine|Roman Skaskiw|March 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When the latest Russian aggression ends, Ukraine will still be a borderland caught between East and West.
Ukraine needs to embrace its historic role, not to mention its strategic reality, as a borderland.
We must make her happy—she has travelled far, and she has longed to cross the borderland.The Magic Nuts|Mrs. Molesworth
Yet Ina warned all the sheriffs of the Wessex borderland, and could do no more.A Prince of Cornwall|Charles W. Whistler
A small coin is shown, which gradually recedes into the borderland between visibility and invisibility.The Nurserymatograph|A Lawyer
He had awoke with an anxious feeling; it seemed to him that he heard Alma's voice, on the borderland of dream, calling his name.The Whirlpool|George Gissing
It may perhaps be urged that such beliefs as these are on the borderland of psychological and traditional influences.Folklore as an Historical Science|George Laurence Gomme