cen·​tro·​lin·​e·​ad | \ -ˈlinēˌad, -ēəd\
plural -s

Definition of centrolinead

: a long ruler that has two adjustable arms fastened to one end of it by wing nuts and is used for drawing convergents toward inaccessible vanishing points in perspective

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History and Etymology for centrolinead

irregular from centr- + Latin linea line

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a servile follower or underling

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