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lineside

Line breaks: line|side
Pronunciation: /ˈlʌɪnsʌɪd
 
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Definition of lineside in English:

noun

British
The area adjacent to a railway track.
Example sentences
  • It records that the lineside across much of the network is ‘currently disfigured not only by general litter and waste but by detritus of specific railway origin’.
  • Wensleydale Railway's safety director, Mark Flather, said: ‘Trespassing on the line and adjacent lineside will be dealt with severely.’
  • A full return ticket is valid for travel all day and stations, tracks and lineside are kept tidy so there is nothing to spoil the enjoyment of the journey.

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