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across so as to pass over at an angle, as one line crossing over another. [1/5 definitions]
align to place or arrange in a straight line.
arc any curved line; anything shaped like a bow or curve.
Arctic Circle an imaginary line drawn around the earth parallel to the equator which marks the boundary of the Arctic. North of this line there are periods of continuous night in the winter and continuous day in the summer.
assembly line a way of putting together a product in a factory by moving it along a line of workers. Each worker adds or adjusts a part until the product is finished.
axis a real or imaginary line through the center of an object, around which the object turns. [1/2 definitions]
bar1 a vertical line that marks the beginning or end of a measure of music, or the music between two of these lines. [1/9 definitions]
bias a line diagonal to the grain of a woven cloth. [1/3 definitions]
blood family line or common family membership. [1/2 definitions]
border the line between two countries. [1/5 definitions]
bound3 a line not to be crossed; limit; restriction. [1/3 definitions]
buoy a float attached by line to the bottom of a body of water to mark a location. [1/3 definitions]
caravan a group of vehicles or riding animals traveling together in a single line. [1/3 definitions]
center the point that is the same distance from all points on the outside line or surface of something; exact middle. [1/7 definitions]
chairlift a line of chairs hanging from a moving cable, used to carry people up or down a mountain. A chairlift is used at a ski slope.
chord1 a line that connects two points on a circle.
circuit a line or route around an area. [1/4 definitions]
circumference the line that forms the outside edge of a circle or other round figure or area. [2 definitions]
clothespin a clip or forked peg of wood or plastic, used to hold clothes on a line for drying.
cross an upright line or pole with a horizontal one across it. [1/10 definitions]
cross out to remove something by drawing a line through it.