Another word for border
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These nouns refer to the line or narrow area that marks the outside limit of something such as a surface. Border refers either to the boundary line (a fence along the border of the property) or to the area immediately inside (a frame with a wide border). Margin is a border of more or less precisely definable width: the margin of the page. Edge refers to the bounding line formed by the continuous convergence of two surfaces: sat on the edge of the chair. Verge is an extreme terminating line or edge: the sun's afterglow on the verge of the horizon. Figuratively it indicates a point at which something is likely to begin or to happen: an explorer on the verge of a great discovery. Brink denotes the edge of a steep place: stood on the brink of the cliff. In an extended sense it indicates the likelihood or imminence of a sudden change: on the brink of falling in love. Rim most often denotes the edge of something circular or curved: a crack in the rim of the lens. Brim applies to the upper edge or inner side of the rim of something shaped like a basin: lava issuing from the brim of the crater.
Another word for bordernoun
A fairly narrow line or space forming a boundary:borderline, brim, brink, edge, edging, fringe, margin, periphery, rim, verge. (Chiefly Military) perimeter. See edge
The line or area separating geopolitical units:borderland, boundary, frontier, march2, marchland. See edge, territory
To put or form a border on:bound2, edge, fringe, margin, rim, skirt, verge. See edge
To be contiguous or next to:abut, adjoin, bound2, butt2, join, meet1, neighbor, touch, verge. See near