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liner British & World English

A large luxurious passenger ship of a type formerly used on a regular line

liner1 British & World English

A large luxurious passenger ship of a type formerly used on a regular line

liner2 British & World English

A lining in a device, container, or other object, especially a removable one

-liner British & World English

Denoting a text of a specified number of lines such as an advertisement or a spoken passage in a play, dialogue, etc.

liner English Thesaurus

the luxury liner QE II

ocean liner in liner1 British & World English

A large luxurious passenger ship of a type formerly used on a regular line

bin liner British & World English

A plastic bag used for lining a rubbish bin

in-liner British & World English

An in-line skater

lip liner British & World English

A cosmetic applied to the outline of the lips, mainly to prevent the unwanted spreading of lipstick or lip gloss

one-liner British & World English

A short joke or witty remark

liner note British & World English

The text printed on a paper insert issued as part of the packaging of a CD or on the sleeve of a record

eyeliner British & World English

A cosmetic applied as a line round the eyes to accentuate them

guyliner British & World English

Eyeliner that is worn by men

cruise ship British & World English

A large ship that carries people on voyages for pleasure, typically calling in at several places

cruise liner in cruise ship British & World English

A large ship that carries people on voyages for pleasure, typically calling in at several places

hardliner British & World English

A member of a group, typically a political group, who adheres uncompromisingly to a set of ideas or policies

longliner British & World English

A person or fishing vessel that uses longlines

cylinder liner in liner2 British & World English

A replaceable metal sleeve placed within the cylinder of an engine, forming a durable surface to withstand wear from the piston