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Correct spelling: boarder

Definition of boarder:

  1. a pupil who lives at school during term time

List of misspellings for boarder:

  • vorder,
  • toorder,
  • farder,
  • boarderd,
  • sorder,
  • boarden,
  • forder,
  • bouduir,
  • boreder,
  • boardem,
  • boordom,
  • oorder,
  • bboard,
  • bourded,
  • morder,
  • boluder,
  • bparder,
  • barder,
  • baoard,
  • borde,
  • iorder,
  • bartar,
  • bourder,
  • bordam,
  • boudair,
  • brauder,
  • bourd,
  • norder,
  • bordeom,
  • boerd,
  • boter,
  • boardf,
  • eorder,
  • boaard,
  • bouder,
  • bourden,
  • boardly,
  • oirder,
  • baorded,
  • bohter,
  • broarder,
  • boardway,
  • boudiour,
  • bardeez,
  • bordes,
  • burder,
  • borhter,
  • bordum,
  • boardd,
  • bourders,
  • bordor,
  • board'my,
  • bordeau,
  • borderd,
  • hoarder,
  • birthorder,
  • bodey,
  • labordor,
  • boardies,
  • boerder,
  • boarde,
  • bordeum,
  • noarder,
  • bordeer,
  • boerdom,
  • boiard,
  • badar,
  • boadr,
  • btoher,
  • boared,
  • goarder,
  • boader,
  • biarder,
  • boardin,
  • boder,
  • bodrer,
  • boudior,
  • bioard,
  • boord,
  • boarer,
  • aorder,
  • bodher,
  • boardom,
  • bordely,
  • oerder,
  • bordem,
  • boeard,
  • booard,
  • boade,
  • ourder,
  • boardig,
  • bkarder,
  • badder,
  • voarder,
  • braoder,
  • boardum,
  • boaord,
  • bordrer,
  • borader,
  • beder.

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Examples of usage for boarder:

  1. The minister, who occupied the seat next to Ponsonboy, and who was of uncertain age himself, could demonstrate to a certainty that the legal boarder was at least forty- five, but the legal boarder nevertheless had a great deal to say about the necessity which seemed to exist for the young men to take hold, and rescue Davy's Bend from the reign of " the fossils," a term which was applied to most of the citizens of the town after the other epithets had been exhausted, and as but few of them knew what a fossil was, they hoped it was very bad, and used it a great deal. – The Mystery of the Locks by Edgar Watson Howe
  2. It was true that the legal boarder came to Davy's Bend a poor boy, if a stout man of thirty without money or friends may be so referred to; it was also true that he was poor still, though he was no longer a boy; but Ponsonboy rid himself of this disagreeable truth, so far as his friends were concerned, by laying his misfortunes at the door of the town, as they all did. – The Mystery of the Locks by Edgar Watson Howe
  3. The boat touched at Point Chautauqua on the other side of the lake where a group of summer- boarder young people were saying " Good- bye" to a friend with many loud exclamations of grief. – Ethel Morton at Chautauqua by Mabell S. C. Smith

Quotes for boarder:

  1. A modern girls' school, equipped as scores are now equipped throughout the country, was of course not to be found in 1858, when I first became a school boarder, or in 1867, when I ceased to be one.

Rhymes for boarder:

  1. order, warder, border;
  2. recorder, reorder, disorder;

Translations for boarder:

Afrikaans word for Boarder

loseerder.

Arabic word for Boarder

تَلْمِيذ دَاخِلِيّ.

Bengali word for Boarder

বোর্ডিং স্কুলের ছাত্র.

Chinese word for Boarder

寄宿生.

Dutch word for Boarder

kostganger.

French word for Boarder

pensionnaire.

German word for Boarder

Internatsschüler.

Greek word for Boarder

οικότροφος.

Italian word for Boarder

pensionante.

Japanese word for Boarder

寄宿生.

Javanese word for Boarder

Asmane.

Korean word for Boarder

기숙생.

Marathi word for Boarder

बोर्डर.

Norwegian word for Boarder

pensjonatgjest.

Polish words for Boarder

Aśrama, (stołujący się) lokator.

Portuguese words for Boarder

interno, aluno interno.

Romanian word for Boarder

elev intern.

Russian word for Boarder

пансионер.

Swedish word for Boarder

inackordering.

Tamil word for Boarder

வாரிய.

Turkish word for Boarder

yatılı öğrenci.

Ukrainian word for Boarder

вихованець інтернату.

Vietnamese word for Boarder

học sinh nội trú.

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