boarding

All Noun Verb
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  • After boarding school she attended art school before becoming a full-time actress.
  • It was once a church until it was turned into a boarding house.
  • However, the college has not always had just these three boarding houses.
  • They finish boarding up the windows, and all move into the living room.
  • She wanted free public education for all children over two years of age in state-supported boarding schools.
  • The signal is available in the boarding areas and most other public areas.
  • For that year, he lived away from home, boarding on a local farm.
  • Motion went to boarding school from the age of seven joined by his younger brother.
  • There are also a number of independent boarding schools in the county.
  • At co-educational boarding schools, there may be separate houses for boys and girls.
  • He first conducted a boarding house for men working on the railroad.
  • In some cases, day students feel they are treated as second-class students by the boarding students.
  • The state also has many noted private day schools, and its boarding schools draw students from around the world.
  • His mother and grandmother ran a boarding house as their primary means of economic support.
  • Even into the 1970s, boarding houses were still available in the community.
  • Students who choose to study at boarding schools will be placed into the Science stream.
  • They also use large vessels to supply the smaller attack/boarding vessels.
  • It is one of the oldest co-educational boarding schools in the world.
  • The English army briefly occupied a small port further down the coast before re-boarding its ships.
  • All the service between boarding and take-off is called Pre Take off Service.
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Root form of boarding is board for the verb.

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Meaning of boarding

  • noun The act of passengers and crew getting aboard a ship or aircraft
  • noun A structure of boards
  • verb Get on board of (trains, buses, ships, aircraft, etc.)
  • verb Live and take one's meals at or in
    she rooms in an old boarding house
  • verb Lodge and take meals (at)
  • verb Provide food and lodging (for)
    The old lady is boarding three men