from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Small stuff passed in a zigzag manner or spirally between two larger ropes.
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The snake-line of cargo pods followed, whipping against the median and then out again.
Far and away on their curving crests the dark snake-line of Transley's outfit could be seen apparently motionless on the rim of the horizon.
Just after the explosion, some wept, swigged bourbon, or howled with joy before falling, as if on cue, into a snake-line dance.
The snake-line of Thais heading into Emerald Cave.
Just as luck would have it, there was another snake-line of people coming back OUT of the cave
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