from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The straight line of a crow's flight. See crow-flight.


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  • Disregarding the shipping routes that others had followed, Brown mapped out a crow-line course from St. John’s, aiming for the middle of Galway Bay in Ireland and landing very near to the town of Clifden.

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