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A-line US English

(Of a garment) slightly flared from a narrow waist or shoulders

A-line New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(of a garment) slightly flared

shoot a line US English

Describe something in an exaggerated, untruthful, or boastful way

get a line on US English

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draw a line under US English

Resolve not to engage in further discussion or consideration of (a difficult or distressing issue or situation)

drop someone a line US English

Send someone a note or letter in a casual manner

a line in the sand US English

(State that one has reached) a point beyond which one will not go

hard line US English

An uncompromising adherence to a firm policy

shoot a line in shoot US English

Describe something in an exaggerated, untruthful, or boastful way

drop someone a line in drop US English

Send someone a note or letter in a casual manner

get a line on in line1 US English

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draw a line under in draw US English

Resolve not to engage in further discussion or consideration of (a difficult or distressing issue or situation)

a line in the sand in line1 US English

(State that one has reached) a point beyond which one will not go

get a line on in line1 US Thesaurus

were you able to get a line on their upcoming projects?

draw a line in the sand in line1 US English

(State that one has reached) a point beyond which one will not go


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