lined : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v be in line with; form a line along
- v cover the interior of
- v make a mark or lines on a surface
- v mark with lines
sorrow had lined his face
- v fill plentifully
- v reinforce with fabric
lined books are more enduring
- s bordered by a line of things
tree lined streets
- s (used especially of skin) marked by lines or seams
their lined faces were immeasurably sad
- a having a lining or a liner; often used in combination
a lined skirt
a silk-lined jacket
- The rock sides of the tunnel were lined with a mesh of steel bars and girders.
- Nestled among lush, green paddies and swaying banana trees, an hour's drive outside the chaotic capital city of Jakarta, Cijeruk consists of a single two-lane road lined by a row .
- Bio: A brilliant chemist with a criminal mind, Victoria Murdock earned her moniker by creating fireproof clothing lined with asbestos for her and her henchmen to don as they robbed .
News & Articles
- Lap of silence at velodrome honors Dunn
Forty-four cyclists lined up single file against the front straightaway rail Tuesday night at the San Diego Velodrome. Then one by one they pushed off, no one uttering a word.
June 26, 2013 - U-T San Diego
- Christmas in DeSoto
Hundreds lined the streets in Southaven, Olive Branch and Hernando this past weekend and Monday to watch a bevy of beauties, marching bands, antique cars and brightly-colored floats pass by during annual Christmas parades in those cities.
June 26, 2013 - DeSoto Times-Tribune
- Bruce Jenkins: Impact of innovation, technology forces sport of tennis to evolve
The halls of Wimbledon are lined with history: compelling photographs of past champions in their glory, rising to stardom at the world's most prestigious tournament. There's a thread of continuity to these museum pieces, particularly the grass surface and cherished landmarks in the background, but certain images -- dated clothing, or a backhand struck with just a single hand -- speak to a time ...
June 25, 2013 - Sports Illustrated
- Al Sharpton in Forbes
Every time he played the Apollo, he'd say, `How many people outside?'Sharpton recalled. "I'd say: `It's around the corner. It's two blocks.' ...... My dream is that I can say, `Mr. Brown, they were lined up for you one last time.'"
- Brad Childress in Minneapolis Star Tribune
Asked about the difference in their personalties, the dry-humored Childress said: "I don't know, he's maybe a little more, if you can imagine this, flat-lined than I am. It's hard for you to see that, right?"
- Grant Hackett in People's Daily Online
I said he could win six or seven, with a little luck maybe eight. That 100 butterfly race, the way he got on that wall, everything lined up for him perfectly. He is an incredible racer,Hackett said.