What Is a Sentence with the Word Frontier?

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An example of the use of the word 'frontier' in a sentence is 'Frontier Land or territory that forms the furthest extent of a country's settled or inhabited regions'. It can also refer to the limit of knowledge or outer limit in a field of endeavour. It can be used in a sentence for example 'initiative is already pushing forward the frontiers of basic science'.
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frontier is- : the farthermost limits of knowledge or achievement in a particular subject. so it means the mind is the final part of your body to master more or less. Source(s) http
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frontier in a sentence
The life expectancy of frontier settlers in central Ohio was very low indeed.
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