: one that boards;
: one that is provided with regular meals or regular meals and lodging
- Mrs. Eads was able to rent the upstairs of a house that faced the river. It was evidently large enough for her to take in boarders and so bring in some income.
- —Henry Petroski
: a person who rides a snowboard : snowboarder
- More and more adult boarders are appearing on the slopes of Western ski resorts …
- —Ben Davidson
: a person who rides a skateboard : skateboarder
- Skateboarding is the fastest-growing extreme sport in the United States, with more than 3 million new boarders taking up sport in 2003.
- —Michael Lisi