Homophones for board, bored, bord

board / bored / bord  [bɔrd]

board – n. – 1. flat piece of sawn timber usu. long and narrow or material resembling this; 2. in electronics – rectangular piece that holds the circuits; 3. provision of regular meals; 4. directors of a company; 5. naut. – side of a ship; v. tr. & intr. – 1. enter a ship, train, etc.; 2. receive regular meals; 3. cover with flat pieces of rigid material; 4. hockey – an illegal bodycheck – ramming another player into the barrier surrounding a rink.

bored – past tense of bore – to drill a hole; to weary by failure to be interesting

bord – n. – 1. a straight road or passageway driven at right angles to the main cleavage of the coal in a coal mine