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used in Dracula

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an international boundary or a wilderness at the edge of a settled area
  • In his life, his living life, he go over the Turkey frontier and attack his enemy on his own ground.
    Chapter 24 (43% in)
frontier = national border
  • Being practically on the frontier—for the Borgo Pass leads from it into Bukovina—it has had a very stormy existence, and it certainly shows marks of it.
    Chapter 1 (18% in)
  • frontier = national border
  • Is it a wonder that we were a conquering race, that we were proud, that when the Magyar, the Lombard, the Avar, the Bulgar, or the Turk poured his thousands on our frontiers, we drove them back?
    Chapter 3 (17% in)
  • frontiers = international borders or wilderness areas at the edge of settled areas
  • Is it strange that when Arpad and his legions swept through the Hungarian fatherland he found us here when he reached the frontier, that the Honfoglalas was completed there?
    Chapter 3 (17% in)
  • frontier = national border
  • And when the Hungarian flood swept eastward, the Szekelys were claimed as kindred by the victorious Magyars, and to us for centuries was trusted the guarding of the frontier of Turkeyland.
    Chapter 3 (18% in)
  • frontier = national border
  • Aye, and more than that, endless duty of the frontier guard, for as the Turks say, 'water sleeps, and the enemy is sleepless.'
    Chapter 3 (18% in)
  • frontier = national border
  • He must, indeed, have been that Voivode Dracula who won his name against the Turk, over the great river on the very frontier of Turkeyland.
    Chapter 18 (57% in)
frontier = national border
There are no more uses of "frontier" in Dracula.

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