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line

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1 a series of persons or things arranged one behind another
  • The line for tickets stretched around the block.
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2 a way of acting or proceeding
  • Since the election, the president has taken a very conservative line.
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3 the activity by which one regularly makes a living
  • My line of business is {ldquo}pre-owned{rdquo} vehicles, and have I got a deal for you!
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4 a region of activity, knowledge, or influence
  • Advanced mathematics is a little outside of my line, but I'll see what I can do to help.
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5 a real or imaginary point beyond which a person or thing cannot go
  • You really crossed the line with that remark.
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6 a long hollow cylinder for carrying a substance (as a liquid or gas)
  • The workers rushed to fix the leak in the gas line.
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7 a length of braided, flexible material that is used for tying or connecting things
  • He made sure to bring extra fishing line in case a fish broke free.
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8 a group of vehicles traveling together or under one management
  • She owns a line of limousines.
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9 the direction along which something or someone moves
  • The airplane took a southerly line toward the capital.
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10 a group of persons who come from the same ancestor
  • A 10th of all island residents are members of the line of this early settler.
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11 the line of ancestors from whom a person is descended
  • He comes from a noble line that goes back several centuries.
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