boarder definition

  • noun:
    • one that boards, specially:
    • a person who pays a stipulated amount in substitution for regular dishes or for meals and accommodation.
    • person who continues on board a vessel as part of an assault or army action: repel all boarders.
    • Sports an individual who skis.
    • Sports One who rides a skateboard.
    • Sports person who makes use of a snowboard.
    • A pupil which life at school during term time.
    • somebody who pays for meals and accommodation in a house as opposed to a hotel.
    • A sailor assaulting an enemy ship by boarding her, or one repelling such efforts by an enemy.
    • Someone who uses a snowboard
    • One who has actually meals statedly at another's dining table, or meals and lodgings in the home, for pay, or settlement of any kind.
    • one that boards a ship; one chosen to board an enemy's ship.
    • one that panels.
    • plural On a man-of-war, the officials and guys detailed to attack an enemy by boarding. These are typically armed with cutlases and pistols.
    • a tenant in somebody's house
    • a pupil which lives in school during term-time
    • an individual who forces their particular way aboard ship

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