Line [noun]

Definition of Line:

mark, stroke; border

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Sentence/Example of Line:

Goldenberg is bullish on just how much growth Fabletics will see from its men’s line so early in its lifecycle.

I think just with that time off, I continued to work on my delivery, and feel like everything’s kind of in line where I want it to be.

Mud from the channels built soil up so that it was higher than the water line.

As is a clear line of accountability if they don’t actually follow through.

In fact, in one of my restaurants, an executive chef just did something that was completely out of line.

We can rightly draw this line in the strata, marked by our global-scale perturbations and pollution, but we don’t have to continue on this path.

Therefore, she said it is unlikely that as a commerce operation, the Pro Shop will be overly impactful to the publisher’s bottom line.

Idle and Hearst Magazines entered into a multi-year licensing partnership for a line of mattresses that will have four different Hearst titles on the label.

We see it as a benefit of working with us, that we can source the rarest and highest quality material in the world for unique product lines.

Outbrain had set an October deadline to get the deal over the line, according to people familiar with the deal, but that plan had begun to look increasingly unlikely as competition regulators investigated the proposed transaction.