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boarding (n.)

1530s, "supplying of meals, food and lodging," from board (n.1) in its extended sense of "food" (via notion of "table"). Boarding-school is from 1670s; boarding-house attested from 1728.

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Definitions of boarding from WordNet

boarding (n.)
the act of passengers and crew getting aboard a ship or aircraft;
Synonyms: embarkation / embarkment
boarding (n.)
a structure of boards;
From wordnet.princeton.edu