Cover the inside surface of (a container or garment) with a layer of different material
a basket lined with polyethylene
Form a layer on the inside surface of (an area); cover as if with a lining
hundreds of telegrams lined the walls
A long, narrow mark or band
a row of closely spaced dots will look like a continuous line
I can't draw a straight line
A straight or curved continuous extent of length without breadth
A positioning or movement of a thing or things that creates or appears to follow such a line
her mouth set in an angry line
the ball rose in a straight line
A furrow or wrinkle in the skin of the face or hands
A contour or outline considered as a feature of design or composition
crisp architectural lines
the artist's use of clean line and color
(on a map or graph) A curve connecting all points having a specified common property
A line marking the starting or finishing point in a race
A line marked on a field or court that relates to the rules of a game or sport
The line of scrimmage
A notional limit or boundary
the issue of peace cut across class lines
television blurs the line between news and entertainment
Each of the very narrow horizontal sections forming a television picture
A narrow range of the spectrum noticeably brighter or darker than the adjacent parts
The level of the base of most letters, such as h and x, in printing and writing
Denoting an illustration or graphic consisting of lines and solid areas, with no gradation of tone
a line block
Each of (usually five) horizontal lines forming a staff in musical notation
A sequence of notes or tones forming an instrumental or vocal melody
a powerful melodic line
A dose of a powdered narcotic or hallucinatory drug, esp. cocaine or heroin, laid out in a line
A length of cord, rope, wire, or other material serving a particular purpose
wring the clothes and hang them on the line
a telephone line
One of a vessel's mooring ropes
A telephone connection
she had a crank on the line
A railroad track
A branch or route of a railroad system
the Philadelphia to Baltimore line
A company that provides ships, aircraft, or buses on particular routes on a regular basis
a major shipping line
A horizontal row of written or printed words
A part of a poem forming one such row
each stanza has eight lines
The words of an actor's part in a play or film
A particularly noteworthy written or spoken sentence
his speech ended with a line about the failure of justice
An amount of text or number of repetitions of a sentence written out as a school punishment
A row of people or things
a line of acolytes proceeded down the aisle
A row or sequence of people or vehicles awaiting their turn to be attended to or to proceed
A connected series of people following one another in time (used esp. of several generations of a family)
we follow the history of a family through the male line
(in football, hockey, etc.) A set of players in the forwardmost positions for offense or defense
One of the positions on the line of scrimmage
A series of related things
the bill is the latest in a long line of measures to protect society from criminals
A range of commercial goods
the company intends to hire more people and expand its product line
A false or exaggerated account or story
he feeds me a line about this operation
The point spread for sports events on which bets may be made
An area or branch of activity
the stresses unique to their line of work
A direction, course, or channel
lines of communication
he opened another line of attack
A manner of doing or thinking about something
you can't run a business on these lines
the superintendent was thinking along the same lines
An agreed-upon approach; a policy
the official line is that there were no chemical attacks on allied troops
A connected series of military fieldworks or defenses facing an enemy force
raids behind enemy lines
An arrangement of soldiers or ships in a column or line formation; a line of battle
Regular army regiments (as opposed to auxiliary forces or household troops)
be in line with; form a line along; "trees line the riverbank"
a formation of people or things one beside another; "the line of soldiers advanced with their bayonets fixed"; "they were arrayed in line of battle"; "the cast stood in line for the curtain call"
a mark that is long relative to its width; "He drew a line on the chart"
cover the interior of; "line the gloves"; "line a chimney"
trace: make a mark or lines on a surface; "draw a line"; "trace the outline of a figure in the sand"
a length (straight or curved) without breadth or thickness; the trace of a moving point
Líně is a village and municipality (obec) in Plzeň-North District in the Plzeň Region of the Czech Republic.
In architecture and building engineering, a floor plan, or floorplan, is a diagram, usually to scale, showing the relationships between rooms, spaces and other physical features at one level of a structure.
LINE is a close quarters combat system, derived from various martial arts, used by the United States Marine Corps between 1989 and 1998. It was developed by retired Marine Ron Donvito after extensive study of human anatomy and various martial arts.
The line formation is a standard tactical formation which has been used throughout history. This formation provided the best frontage for volley fire, while sacrificing maneuverability and defence against cavalry. ...
In Euclidean geometry, a line is a straight curve. When geometry is used to model the real world, lines are used to represent straight objects with negligible width and height. ...
Line is a female given name, most common in the Nordic countries Denmark and Norway. It is a short form of names ended with -line, like Caroline. The Swedish form is Lina. In Norway it's Name day is the 20th January.
A path through two or more points (compare ‘segment’); a continuous mark, including as made by a pen; any path, curved or straight. (geometry) An infinitely extending one-dimensional figure that has no curvature; one that has length but not breadth or thickness. ...
(Lines) The ropes held by the coxswain to control the rudder.
(Lines) Another word for odds.
(lines) In lamp arrays, vertically stacked lamp banks creating a single line of copy. A line is typically seven or nine lamps in height.
(Lines) were used for measuring and dividing land; and hence the word came to denote a portion or inheritance measured out; a possession (Ps. 16:6).
(Lines) Odds offered to the punter.
(A (attacking) – Lines) the two double-corner diagonals stretching from 1 to 28 and from 32 to 5.
(LINES) The speeches of your role in the script.
(LINEs) (long interspersed elements) are long DNA sequences (>5kb^) that represent reverse-transcribed RNA molecules originally transcribed by RNA polymerase II into mRNA (messenger RNA to be translated into protein on ribosomes). ...
(LINEs) (long interspersed nuclear elements) Families of long (average length = 6 500 bp), moderately repetitive (about 10,000 copies). LINEs are cDNA copies of functional genes present in the same genome; also known as processed pseudo-genes.
(Lines) A "Line" is a rope used on a boat; the term rope is not used on a boat. Lines can be used to secure the boat to a structure referred to as mooring lines or dock lines. A painter is a line from the bow of a dinghy used for towing or securing it to a dock.
(Lines) A set of long leather straps attached to the bridle to guide and control a team of animals pulling a wagon, sled, etc. When riding horseback, these are referred to as reins.
(Lines) A unique method of measuring density of area rugs that are hand made in China, and now adapted by a few other countries. By "lines" they mean how many knots or tufts to a linear foot. ...