noun (plural boundaries)
- 1A line that marks the limits of an area; a dividing line: the eastern boundary of the wilderness the boundary between the US and Canada [as modifier]: a boundary wallMore example sentences
- Meandering through the Oxfordshire countryside, the river marks the eastern boundary of the public part of the garden.
- To the west of this is Chile, with the border marking the western boundary of the national park.
- The line came to be regarded as marking the northern boundary of the area where agriculture could be safely pursued.
- 1.1 (often boundaries) A limit of a subject or sphere of activity: a community without class or political boundariesMore example sentences
- Secondly, job security has also crossed traditional class boundaries in the last twenty years.
- While the jet set rule the grounds, genuine golf lovers cut across class boundaries.
- If we do away with the old subject boundaries and hierarchies and exams we open places of education up to people of all ages, all abilities.