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-BORN appears in the following tongue twisters:

  • I was born on a pirate ship.
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-BORN appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):

  • Rot can rob a born actor.
  • Guns 'n' robes, a base born snug.
  • Saladin enrobes a baroness, SeƱora, base-born Enid, alas!
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Definition of -BORN

What does -BORN mean?


  1. [context: usually hyphenated, preceded by a noun or adjective] Born in or native to the place indicated.
  2. [context: sometimes hyphenated, usually preceded by an adjective] With respect to birth order or social rank.

Phrases with -BORN

  1. Low-Born
  2. city-born
  3. Well-Born
  4. native-born
  5. foreign-born

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Printed books with definitions for -BORN

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Google previewThe Treasury of Knowledge (2005)

Book Six, Part Four: Systems of Buddhist Tantra by Jamgon Taye

The field-born is a practitioner endowed with unsurpassable contemplation ...

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Quotes about -BORN

I was born because my mother needed a fourth for meals. (Beatrice Lillie)
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