11 they took a very tough line with the industry right from the word go ministers are obliged to follow the party line
15 there are no jobs nowadays in my line
line of work, line of business, business, field, trade, occupation, employment, profession, work, job, day job, calling, vocation, career, pursuit, activity, walk of life;
draw the line at
- 2 the adverts are in line with the editorial style of the magazinesin agreement, in accord, in accordance, in harmony, in step, in conformity;in compliance, in obedience[Antonyms] different, out of step
in line for
lay it on the line
on the line
toe the line
- sooner or later a boy has to learn to toe the line[Antonyms] misbehaveconform, obey the rules, comply with the rules, observe the rules, abide by the rules, adhere to the rules, act in accordance with the rules, follow the rules, keep to the rules, stick to the rules;submit, yieldinformal play it by the book, play by the rules, keep in step
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