"line" Definition

  1. a hoax, a fool-trap; as, “to get him in a LINE,” _i.e._, to get some sport out of him.
  2. calling, trade, profession; “what LINE are you in?” “the building LINE.”

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Position in the dictionary: 2010 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: liner, lingo, lint-scraper, lion-hunter, lionesses, lionize, lions, lip, liquor, little go
Previous words in the dictionary: limbo, limb of the law, limb, lily benjamin, lil, lights, lightning, light feeder, light bob, light

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