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liner

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noun lin·er \ˈlī-nər\

Definition of liner

  1. 1 :  one that makes, draws, or uses lines

  2. 2a :  a ship belonging to a regular lineb :  an airplane belonging to an airline

  3. 3 :  line drive

  4. 4 :  something with which lines are made

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15th Century

First Known Use of liner

15th century


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liner

noun lin·er

Definition of liner

  1. 1 :  one that lines or is used to line or back something

  2. 2 :  jacket 3c(2)

linerless

play \ˈlī-nər-ləs\ adjective

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1611

First Known Use of liner

1611



LINER Defined for Kids

liner

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noun lin·er \ˈlī-nər\

Definition of liner for Students

  1. :  something that covers or is used to cover the inner surface of another thing



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