a case where an issue, or another aspect of the case, is on the edge of one category and close to another In borderline cases, the young asylum seeker is to be given the benefit of the doubt and dealt with as a minor.
- He said,'You have cancer. It's not a borderline case'.
- A borderline case, Samuels v. Davis, came before the Court of Appeal in 1943.
- Borderline syndrome is a term used in psychology to describe a condition characterized by emotional instability, as well as self-destructive and manipulative behavior.