v. place in a row; mark with a line or lines; underline; cover the inside of; pad, insert a lining; fill full
Prince William is second in line to the throne after his father, Prince Charles.
They act in their family’s TV show, ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’, but they also have their own fashion and makeup lines.
“You form two lines!” cried the Mock Turtle. “Seals, turtles, salmon, and so on; then, when you have cleared all the jelly-fish out of the way...”
“No! There is still a section of fifty miles to be laid between this point and Allahabad, where the line begins again.”
“First of all,” said the Gryphon, “you form into a line along the sea shore...”
“Halt!” said the little girl. “I do not have my boots, nor my fur-lined gloves.”
“The United States of America!” cried Passepartout. “That is precisely my line of business…!”
He saw the great entrance door thrown open, and many servants arranged in two lines, looking at him.
Are we going to wait in line?
He and his friend were arranged on the same line; one leg forward, waiting for the signal to start.
1. family: ancestry, lineage, relative
2. row: rank, file, string, tier, echelon, queue
3. course: path, route, road, procedure, program
4. occupation: vocation, business, job, pursuit, calling
5. stripe: streak, band
6. align: order, line up, range
7. pad: quilt, embroider, face