American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The outline of the growth of hair on the head, especially across the upper forehead and temples.
- n. A very slender line.
- n. Printing A very fine line on a typeface.
- n. Printing A style of type using such lines.
- n. A textile design having thin, threadlike stripes.
- n. A fabric, usually a worsted, with such stripes.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A very slender line made in writing or drawing; a hair-stroke.
- n. In printing, a very thin line on a type; also, a style of type consisting entirely of thin lines.
- n. Same as hair-cord.
- n. the line along one's forehead where hair starts growing.
- n. the thinnest line that can be drawn using some graphics software
- adj. very thin, as thin as a hair
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a line made of hair; a very slender line.
- n. a very thin line.
- n. the natural margin formed by hair on the head, especially the edge of growth of hair on the forehead.
- n. a very thin line
- n. the natural margin formed by hair on the head
“Since my hairline is receding as fast as snow on a sunny day, I have no room for crowing, but your man Alex Massie there should get a haircut and change photos.”
“Any man who would call his wife a filthy name, for commenting on a receding hairline is not someone who cares about women or their rights and hisSupreme Court nominees with reflect that.”
“Having a little skintone bleeding into the hairline is not uncommon for DC Direct busts, but it’s rarely as bad as it is here, where the whole underside of Superman’s trademark hair curl is painted in fleshtone.”
“It’s a brilliant showcase for both Nic Cage’s terrifying forehead (I think his original hairline is down around the small of his back these days), and Jerry Suckheimer’s patented brand of chase scenes + "comic" relief.”
“All of a sudden Mr. Lott’s petrified hairline is looking good to this old girl.”
“The only visible scar is the scar in the hairline, which is usually covered nicely as the hair grows and the child ages.”
“Perhaps it's my own hairline, which is more Bruce Willis (a South Jersey boy) than Bruce Springsteen (Central Jersey), but all I know is that my wait is over.”
“His hairline was a lot higher and thinner than Troblum was used to seeing even on External World citizens.”
“Protruding from just above her hairline were the two small homs that Frankie remembered so well.”
“It can sometimes cause soft-tissue injuries and stress fractures, also called hairline fractures, which result from the compounding of tiny cracks in the bone over time.”
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