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Correct spelling: boarder

Definition of boarder:

  1. One who boards with another; one who boards a ship in action.

Common misspellings for boarder:

boared, boarderd, boarde.


Google Ngram Viewer results for boarder:

This graph shows how "boarder" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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;