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[fɹˈʌnti͡ə], [fɹˈʌnti‍ə], [f_ɹ_ˈʌ_n_t_iə]

Synonyms for Frontier:

frontier (noun)


Other synonyms and related words:

abutter, adjacent, adjoining, alien, aloof, ambit, anteriority, antipodes, area, back, back country, back of beyond, backcountry, backwash, backwater, backwoods, bamboo curtain, barrier, befringe, bind, bold front, boondock, boondocks, border, border area, border ground, border line, border zone, bordering, borderland, borderline, bound, boundary, boundary condition, boundary line, bounding, bounds, bourn, brave face, brave front, break boundary, breakoff point, breakthrough, brink, brush, bush, bush country, bushveld, but, ceiling, check, checkpoint, china, circumscribe, circumscription, clear, close, coastal, colonial, compass, conclusive, confine, confines, constrain, contain, conterminable, conterminate, conterminous, contiguous, cord, cross-border, curb, curbstone, customs, cut-off, cutoff, cutoff point, cutting edge, dark horse, deadline, declare, deem, defend, definite, defy, delimit, delimitation, demarcate, demarcation, detached, detain, determinant, determinative, determining, display, distant, dividing line, division, division line, domain, edge, enclave, enclose, enclosure, end, enigma, extent, extraterritorial, extreme, extremes, extremity, facade, face, facet, facia, faint, false front, final, finish, floor, fore, forefront, foreground, forehand, foreign, foreland, forepart, forequarter, foreside, forest, forests, foreword, fringe, fringing, front, front elevation, front line, front man, front matter, front view, frontage, frontal, frontier post, frontier zone, frontiers of knowledge, frontispiece, godforsaken place, hack, head, heading, hedge, hem, high-water mark, hinterland, hold, imprison, inaccessible, incarcerate, interface, international border, iron curtain, isolated, jumping-off place, lap, limbic, limen, liminal, limit, limitation, limiting, limiting factor, limits, line, line of demarcation, list, littoral, lonely, low-water mark, lower limit, march, marches, marchland, marge, margin, marginal, marginate, mark, matter of ignorance, mete, mystery, no-man's-land, north pole, nowhere, obverse, outback, outer space, outlandish, outlying, outlying border, outpost, outskirts, pale, partition line, perimeter, periphery, pole, precinct, precolumbian, preface, prefix, priority, proscenium, puzzle, reaches, redraw, reduce, region, remote, reservation, restrain, restrict, riddle, rim, rimming, sealed book, secluded, side, skirt, skirting, south pole, start, starting line, starting point, sticks, stint, supreme, tangent, target date, term, terminal, terminal date, termination, terminus, terra incognita, three-mile limit, threshold, timbers, time allotment, twelve-mile limit, ultimate, unexplored ground, unexplored territory, uninhabited region, unknown, unknown quantity, unsettled, up-country, upper limit, verge, virgin land, virgin territory, wasteland, wild, wilderness, wilds, window dressing, woodlands, woods.

Rhymes for Frontier:

  1. cheer, beer, fear, blear, ear, peer, sneer, hear, jeer, mere, deer, dear, spear, sere, sear, rear, clear, lear, here, smear, speer, meir, steer, gear, deere, shear, near, sphere, sheer, year, leer, veer, pier, tear;
  2. veneer, revere, amir, rehear, cashier, zaire, appear, adhere, sincere, severe, premiere, career, premier, unclear, emir, austere;
  3. domineer, chandelier, pioneer, mutineer, financier, reappear, interfere, cavalier, chevalier, souvenir, commandeer, gondolier, overhear, brigadier, auctioneer, insincere, volunteer, belvedere, disappear, bandolier, persevere, engineer;

Quotes for Frontier:

  1. Let us never forget this: since the day of the air, the old frontiers are gone. When you think of the defense of England you no longer think of the chalk cliffs of Dover; you think of the Rhine. That is where our frontier lies. Stanley Baldwin.
  2. Well, take the evolution of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. It began as hackers' rights. Then it became general civil liberties of everybody- government stay away. Esther Dyson.
  3. We stand today on the edge of a new frontier the frontier of the 1960's- a frontier of unknown opportunities and perils- a frontier of unfulfilled hopes and threats. John F. Kennedy.