Another word for line
length, list, rank, file, catalogue, array, order, group, arrangement, furrow, ridge, range, seam, band, border, block, series, sequence, succession, chain, train, string, column, procession, formation, division, queue, magazine, concatenation, trench, channel, groove, drain, mark, scar, thread, fissure, crack, straight line; see also seam, series.
A border line
Matter printed in a row of type
A military front
An organization supplying transportation
*The kind or materials of trade
*Goods handled by a given house
*Talk intended to influence another
misdirected, not uniform, not even; see irregular 1, 2.
To provide a lining
To provide lines
To be in a line
To arrange in a line
align, queue, marshal, dress, face in, arrange, range, array, group, set out, bring into a line with others, fix, place, list space, line right, line left, rank, draw up; see also file 1, line up, order 3.
Another word for linenoun
An indentation or seam on the skin, especially on the face:crease, crinkle, furrow, wrinkle. See smooth
A method used in dealing with something:approach, attack, course, modus operandi, plan, procedure, tack, technique. See means
An official or prescribed plan or course of action:policy, procedure, program. See planned
Activity pursued as a livelihood:art, business, calling, career, craft, employment, job, mÃ©tier, occupation, profession, pursuit, trade, vocation, work. (Slang) racket. (Archaic) employ. See action
A product or products bought and sold in commerce:commodity, good (used in plural), merchandise, ware. See matter, transactions
A group of people or things arranged in a row:column, file, queue, rank1, row1, string, tier. See group
One's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation:ancestry, birth, blood, bloodline, descent, extraction, family, genealogy, lineage, origin, parentage, pedigree, seed, stock. See kin, precede