Lined Paper wide-ruled on ledger-sized paper in landscape orientation. These papers are easy to download and print. A series of persons, especially from one family, who succeed each other: Dania is just learning to write, so she needs lined paper.
A condition of agreement or correspondence: Your attitude is in line with mine. Is the policy in line with reality? One's trade, occupation, or field of interest: What line of work are you in? Merchandise or services of a similar or related nature: A group of persons or things arranged in a row or series: A series of persons, especially from one family, who succeed each other: A strain, as of livestock or plants, developed and maintained by selective breeding.
A sequence of related things that leads to a certain ending: An ordered system of operations that allows a sequential manufacture or assembly of goods at all or various stages of production. The personnel of an organization or a business who actually make a product or perform a service. A brief letter; a note: I'll drop you a line. A unit of verse ending in a visual or typographic break and generally characterized by its length and meter: A unit of uninterrupted text spoken by an actor: Informal Glib or insincere talk, usually intended to deceive or impress: He kept on handing me a line about how busy he is.
A usually specified number of lines of prose or verse to be written out by a pupil as punishment. Games A horizontal demarcation on a scorecard in bridge dividing the honor score from the trick score. Music One of the five parallel marks constituting a staff. A sustained melodic or harmonic part in a piece: A formation in which elements, such as troops, tanks, or ships, are arranged abreast of one another.
The combat troops or warships at the front, arrayed for defense or offense. The regular forces of an army or a navy, in contrast to staff and support personnel. The class of officers in direct command of warships or of army combat units. An extended system of such fortifications or defenses: A real or imaginary mark demarcating a specified section of a playing area or field. Informal The odds a bookmaker gives, especially for sports events.
The proportion of an insurance risk assumed by a particular underwriter or company. Slang An amount of powdered cocaine arranged in a thin, long strip for snorting. In the Navy , e. Lines "words of an actor's part" is from Lines of communication were originally transverse trenches in siegeworks. Linen was frequently used in the Middle Ages as a second layer of material on the inner side of a garment. A set of points that have one dimension — length — but no width or height.
In addition to the idioms beginning with line. We followed the plan he had lined out. Rocks lined the drive. He lined out a few songs upon request. The members of the marching band got into line. They were persuaded to come into line with the party's policy. His outburst crossed the line between heated argument and offensive vilification.
Sometimes cross a boundary. It's a fine house right down the line—well-built, roomy, attractive. They might exaggerate but would draw the line at outright lying. Also British , go up on one's lines. We're trying to hold the line on prices. There were eight people in line at the teller's window. The action taken was in line with her decision.
Also in line of duty. I'm going to stop being polite and lay it on the line. Production will be improved when the new welding equipment is on line. The manufacturing facilities will be on line before November. The printer is not yet on line. Large Lines Landscape with Picture. Medium Lines Handwriting Paper These lined paper printables are all made with medium sized lines for children that don't need the largest lines.
Handwriting Paper with Name. Handwriting Paper with Picture. Small Lines Handwriting Paper These lined paper printables are all made with small lines for kids that can already write their letters pretty well and just need to practice writing them even smaller.
Small Lines Handwriting Paper. Small Lines with Name.
million+ members | Manage your professional identity. Build and engage with your professional network. Access knowledge, insights and opportunities. Lined definition, a mark or stroke long in proportion to its breadth, made with a pen, pencil, tool, etc., on a surface: a line down the middle of the page. See more. a. A passenger or cargo system of public or private transportation, as by ship, aircraft, or bus, usually over a definite route.