Borderless vs Bordered - What's the difference?

borderless | bordered |

As an adjective borderless

is not having a border.

As a verb bordered is


Other Comparisons: What's the difference?




  • Not having a border.
  • bordered



  • (border)

  • border


    (wikipedia border)


    (en noun)
  • The outer edge of something.
  • the borders of the garden
  • * Bentham
  • upon the borders of these solitudes
  • * Barrow
  • in the borders of death
  • A decorative strip around the edge of something.
  • A strip of ground in which ornamental plants are grown.
  • The line or frontier area separating political or geographical regions.
  • * 2013 , Nicholas Watt and Nick Hopkins, Afghanistan bomb: UK to 'look carefully' at use of vehicles(in The Guardian , 1 May 2013)
  • The Ministry of Defence said on Wednesday the men had been killed on Tuesday in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand province, on the border of Kandahar just north of the provincial capital Lashkar Gah.
  • (British) Short form of border morris or border dancing; a vigorous style of traditional English dance originating from villages along the border between England and Wales, performed by a team of dancers usually with their faces disguised with black makeup.
  • Derived terms

    * borderlinking * borderspace, borderspacing


    (en verb)
  • To put a border on something.
  • To lie on, or adjacent to a border.
  • Denmark borders Germany to the south.
  • To touch at a border (with on'' or ''upon ).
  • Connecticut borders on Massachusetts.
  • To approach; to come near to; to verge.
  • * Archbishop Tillotson
  • Wit which borders upon profaneness deserves to be branded as folly.

    Derived terms

    * border on * cross-border 1000 English basic words ----