Recent Examples of beeline from the Web
The country’s last total solar eclipse like this, on June 8, 1918, came in over Oregon and Washington, and made a beeline for Florida.
Lovers of tortas and margaritas know to make a beeline for Tortas Frontera, a fast-casual Rick Bayless outfit in multiple terminals.
The country’s last total solar eclipse stretching from coast to coast, on June 8, 1918, came in over Oregon and Washington, and made a beeline for Florida.
The guide's stepson, Justin Roser, was using a Bobcat to clear the push pile this weekend when the fattest rattlesnake he'd ever seen tried to make a beeline to the levee, Price said.
The point is to make a beeline for the point of no return.
The first thing most people do at a wedding is make a beeline for the bar.
Salvador Perez grabbing his belongings and making a beeline for the door.
Drop the car at the Barbara Piran Beach Hotel & Spa or the Kempinski Palace Portorof Istria (a few minutes’ drive south), then make a beeline for the pedestrian-only Old Town.
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Origin and Etymology of beeline
First Known Use: 1830See Words from the same year
Examples of beeline in a Sentence
He beelined out the door.
First Known Use of beeline
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Definition of beeline for English Language Learners
: to go quickly in a direct course
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