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arcade a row of arches connected to form a passageway. [1/2 definitions]
backbone the row of bones that runs along the center of the back; spine. [1/2 definitions]
bingo a game in which players try to match numbers on a card with numbers read out by a caller. Each player has a card with numbered squares. The player who is the first to cover a whole row of squares is the winner.
bounce to spring back or up after hitting something, or to do so several times in a row. [1/4 definitions]
chain a row of links, usually made of metal, that are joined together and used to pull, hold, or fasten something. [1/5 definitions]
column a vertical list or row. [1/4 definitions]
digital showing information by a row of numerical digits rather than by numbers on a dial. [1/2 definitions]
digital clock a clock that shows the time as numbers in a row rather than by hands on a dial.
hedge a solid row of bushes, used as a kind of fence. [1/3 definitions]
keyboard a row or rows of keys. Pianos, typewriters, and computers have keyboards.
line1 a row of people or things. [2/10 definitions]
oar a long pole that is wide and flat at one end. Oars are used to row or steer a boat.
rake1 a tool that has a long handle and a row of teeth or prongs at one end. It is used to gather hay or fallen leaves or to smooth down soil. [1/4 definitions]
repeatedly again and again; many times in a row.
spinal column the row of bones that runs along the center of the back; spine; backbone. The bones of the spinal column are called vertebrae. The spinal column protects the nerves in the spinal cord.
strip2 a series of pictures or images joined together in a row that tell a story or show something. [1/2 definitions]
tick-tack-toe a game for two players who take turns marking either an X or an O on a grid of nine squares. The winner is the first player who fills in three squares in a row with the same mark.
town house a home in a city that is part of a row of similar homes. A town house has two or three floors and is connected to the other homes in the row by shared walls. [1/2 definitions]