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Linebacker

ˈlʌɪnbakə

Meanings of Linebacker:

noun

A defensive player positioned just behind the line of scrimmage.

Usage examples:

He's one of the league's quickest linebackers and can cover tight ends and running backs.

Linebackers

ˈlaɪnˌbæk.ər

Meanings of Linebackers:

noun

A defensive player positioned just behind the line of scrimmage.

Usage examples:

He's one of the league's quickest linebackers and can cover tight ends and running backs.

Linebacking

ˈlʌɪnbakɪŋ

Meanings of Linebacking:

adjective

Denoting or relating to the activity of playing linebacker.

Usage examples:

The team wanted its defence to be managed by a strong linebacking core

Lined

laɪnd

Meanings of Lined:

adjective

Marked or covered with lines.

Usage examples:

A sheet of lined paper
verb

Stand or be positioned at intervals along.

Usage examples:

A processional route lined by people waving flags

Linefeed

ˈlʌɪnfiːd

Meanings of Linefeed:

noun

The action of advancing paper in a printing machine or text on a screen by the space of one line.

Usage examples:

Preview pane strips out all the carriage returns and line feeds, so everything becomes one huge par…

Meanings of Linefeeds:

noun

The action of advancing paper in a printing machine or text on a screen by the space of one line.

Usage examples:

Preview pane strips out all the carriage returns and line feeds, so everything becomes one huge par…

Lineman

ˈlaɪn.mən

Meanings of Lineman:

noun

A person employed in laying and maintaining railway track.

Usage examples:

Contractor linemen forget to use personal protective equipment, such as insulated gloves, more ofte…

Meanings of Linemen:

noun

A person employed in laying and maintaining railway track.

Usage examples:

Contractor linemen forget to use personal protective equipment, such as insulated gloves, more ofte…

Linen

ˈlɪn.ɪn

Meanings of Linen:

noun

Cloth woven from flax.

Usage examples:

A linen suit

Meanings of Linenfold:

noun

Carved or moulded ornaments, especially on a panel, representing folds or scrolls of linen.

Linens

ˈlɪnɪn

Meanings of Linens:

noun

Cloth woven from flax.

Usage examples:

A linen suit
plural noun

Cloth items for the home, such as sheets and tablecloths, made from linen or a similar material like cotton

Usage examples:

A bed dressed with layers of pillows and linens

Liners

ˈlaɪ.nər

Meanings of Liners:

noun

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

Usage examples:

Although it was an ocean liner, the ship also had a cargo of ammunition.

Meanings of Lines:

noun

A long, narrow mark or band.

Usage examples:

A row of closely spaced dots will look like a continuous line
verb

Stand or be positioned at intervals along.

Usage examples:

A processional route lined by people waving flags
phrase

A punishment for school students in which a sentence has to be written repeatedly

Usage examples:

She got 200 lines for swearing at her teacher., we had to stay behind after school and write lines.…

Meanings of Linesides:

noun

The area adjacent to a railway track.

Usage examples:

It records that the lineside across much of the network is ‘currently disfigured not only by genera…

Meanings of Linesman:

noun

(in games played on a field or court) an official who assists the referee or umpire from the touchline, especially in deciding whether the ball is out of play.

Usage examples:

Gerrard's just been fouled making for the penalty area, but the referee and the linesman are having…

Linesmen

ˈlaɪnz.mən

Meanings of Linesmen:

noun

(in games played on a field or court) an official who assists the referee or umpire from the touchline, especially in deciding whether the ball is out of play.

Usage examples:

Gerrard's just been fouled making for the penalty area, but the referee and the linesman are having…

Lineup

ˈlaɪn.ʌp

Meanings of Lineup:

noun

A group of people or things brought together for a particular purpose, especially the members of a sports team or a group of musicians or other entertainers.

Usage examples:

The instrumental line-up is piano, drums, and lead and bass guitar

Meanings of Linework:

noun

Drawings or designs carried out with a pen or pencil.

Meanings of Ling:

noun

Any of a number of long-bodied edible marine fishes.

Usage examples:

Huge conger, pollack, ling, cod and coalfish were regularly pulled up the steps to the old angling …
suffix

Forming nouns from nouns (such as hireling, sapling ).

Meanings of Linga:

noun

A symbol of divine generative energy, especially a phallus or phallic object as a symbol of shiva.

Usage examples:

In particular, hinduism and the lingam, or phallic symbol associated with the god siva, are highlig…

Lingala

lɪŋˈɡɑːlə

Meanings of Lingala:

noun

A bantu language used by over 8 million people as a lingua franca in northern parts of congo and the democratic republic of congo (zaire).

Usage examples:

Speakers of african language lingala, persian language farsi, lithuanian and somali are among those…

Meanings of Lingam:

noun

A symbol of divine generative energy, especially a phallus or phallic object as a symbol of shiva.

Usage examples:

In particular, hinduism and the lingam, or phallic symbol associated with the god siva, are highlig…

Meanings of Lingams:

noun

A symbol of divine generative energy, especially a phallus or phallic object as a symbol of shiva.

Usage examples:

In particular, hinduism and the lingam, or phallic symbol associated with the god siva, are highlig…

Lingas

ˈlɪŋɡam

Meanings of Lingas:

noun

A symbol of divine generative energy, especially a phallus or phallic object as a symbol of shiva.

Usage examples:

In particular, hinduism and the lingam, or phallic symbol associated with the god siva, are highlig…

Lingcod

ˈlɪŋkɒd

Meanings of Lingcod:

noun

A large slender greenling (fish), which has large teeth and is greenish-brown with golden spots. it lives along the pacific coast of north america, where it is a valuable commercial and sporting fish.

Usage examples:

He poses next to his world record lingcod caught friday about 80 miles south of ninilchik.

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