There are 2 definitions of moline in English:

moline

Syllabification: mo·line
Pronunciation: /məˈlēn, -ˈlīn
 
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adjective

[postpositive] Heraldry
(Of a cross) having each extremity broadened, split, and curved back.

Origin

mid 16th century: probably from Anglo-Norman French moliné, from molin 'mill', because of a resemblance to the iron support of a millstone.

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Pronunciation: kənˈspikyo͞oəs
adjective
standing out so as to be clearly visible

There are 2 definitions of moline in English:

Moline

Syllabification: Mo·line
Pronunciation: /mōˈlēn
 
/
A city on the Rock and Mississippi rivers in northwestern Illinois, one of the Quad Cities; population 43,088 (est. 2008).

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Word of the day conspicuous
Pronunciation: kənˈspikyo͞oəs
adjective
standing out so as to be clearly visible