- 1A line marking a border.More example sentences
- The state secretary for maritime affairs stationed naval ships at the 12-mile borderline to ensure that the vessel didn't enter his country's waters.
- But it's definitely somewhere near the New York-New Jersey borderline, where are the posh Victorian homes are.
- Since then, hundreds of thousands have crossed the borderline through holes they made into the 6-meter height concrete wall.
- 1.1A division between two distinct (often extreme) conditions: the borderline between ritual and customMore example sentences
- I like that: revel in your glorious failures, dance on the borderline between success and disaster, because that is where your next breakthrough will come from.
- Bar owners complain of unfair business when they are located on the borderline between smoking and non-smoking.
- It was an enjoyable and memorable night on the borderline of Galway and Mayo.
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- Barely acceptable in quality or as belonging to a category; on the borderline: references may be requested in borderline casesMore example sentences
- Another explanation of the findings could be that borderline dementia subjects might have lower leisure activity as a result of early disease.
- I have been told that I am borderline dangerously overweight.
- During long stretches of borderline freezing temperatures when the frost line neither advances nor recedes, water is continually drawn up to the ice lens where it freezes.