without a band or margin around or along the edge: borderless prints
(of an island) not divided by a national border
without limits: an intellectual curiosity that seems borderless
(of trade, travel, etc) not constrained by the presence of international borders: a borderless business world
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How to use borderless in a sentence
The powerful images served as a heart-wrenching reminder of borderless humanity and the reach of social media.
Is writing simply a borderless act or can we ascribe a closed-circuit origin to it?
The simplistic explanation, that the battlefield is a borderless region, is disingenuous.
That very first evening my friends plunged into a borderless sea of reminiscences and personal news.The Country of the Pointed Firs | Sarah Orne Jewett
Mary opened the door, and her lantern made a golden room of light within the borderless shadow.Christmas | Zona Gale
Her pale face framed in a borderless cap was more wrinkled than a withered russet apple.Madame Bovary | Gustave Flaubert
The official English marks generally were incuse or stamped in relief with the cypher and crown within a borderless oval.Contributions From the Museum of History and Technology | Ivor Noel Hume