bourder

bourder

(ˈbɔːdə)
n
obsolete a person who jests or jokes
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Despite the celebration, Daesh still holds a small pocket of territory on the Syria-Iraq bourder, carries out up to 75 attacks a month throughout Iraq, and is operating underground in many parts of the country.
Marc Robert Bourder and Scarlett Rae Graham-Bourder, case no.
IUNIKA has developed and patented its Parental Bourder chip (PaBo), the only SOC for parental control based on hardware and software.
And after, in the quest of the Sangreal, cowardly and feloniously they slew Dinadan, the which was great damage, for he was a great bourder and a passing good knight."
he is the beste bourder and japer that I know, and a noble knyght of his hondis, and the beste felawe that I know, and all good knyghtis lovyth his felyship" (Malory 1977: 423).
Has a nice little straw bonnet with a little bourder in the edge, pink ribbon one little flower and white pantelets with incirtin (inserts) above the hem as you may ges how sweet she looks.
Hearing the ecstatic roar of the crowd at the international cricket grounds at Sabina Park in Jamaica, Bourder in Guyana, Recreation Ground in Antigua, Kensington in Barbados, and Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad is an experience that many have confessed sends chills up their spines.