bord

All Noun
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  • In Old English, the word was bord, replaced by table for this meaning.
  • He told him the gold upon the bord, It wanted never a bare penny. Cited from A Collection of Ballads, by Andrew Lang
  • The second version of Au bord d'une source is often regarded as the most popular.
  • The second version of Au bord d'une source is often regarded as the most popular.
  • They work behind the check-in desk, and also help bord the plane.
  • One sea-bord point on the western coast is known to surpass it in altitude, but only by a few feet. Cited from A Pair of Blue Eyes, by Thomas Hardy
  • Down came the bat, and the handle of the wash-bord entered his eye. Cited from Punchinello, Vol. I, No. 23, September 3, 1870, by Various
  • The principal part of the city was located on the actual site of Autre Bord, towards the east.
  • There are three separate versions of Au bord d'une source.
  • There are three separate versions of Au bord d'une source.
  • Rejoignez-le sur le bord de la riviere, en face de la passerelle. Cited from Un drame au Labrador, by Eugene Dick
  • Do you tink, massa, I can go on bord of her wid you? Cited from Fighting for the Right, by Oliver Optic
  • It may mean Bord's tun or farm by the stone.
  • Further plans were advanced by Bord Failte, including conversion of much of the island as a theme park.
  • The French word bordel comes from the Old German word Bord, which means "board".
  • Bord Bia is mostly known for its certification of Irish food products.
  • He hopt-light ladies, and tip-toed fine from end to end of the key-bord. Cited from Successful Recitations, by Various
  • I did but jest, and spake but in bord: Therefore of friendship put up again thy sword. Cited from Old English Plays, Vol. VI, by Robert Dodsley
  • You can kill me if you ketch me leavin' Bord a Plouffe again. Cited from The Voyageur and Other Poems, by William Henry Drummond
  • Oh, I was so sorry to lose my life, and what was wus, I had my best clothes on bord. Cited from Nature and Human Nature, by T. Haliburton
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