Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Same as lineate.

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  • adjective marked with lines

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Examples

  • Something like "I had a bad dream ..." is lineated in her notebook.

    Paper Trail

  • Something like "I had a bad dream ..." is lineated in her notebook.

    Paper Trail

  • Among the birds, only the lineated pytilia (Pytilia lineata) is endemic to this ecoregion.

    Ethiopian montane grasslands and woodlands

  • Away from publishing prose poetry exclusively and towards a more inclusive format that embraces both prose poetry and lineated work.

    Cue News

  • These compartments are hollowed out into cup-shaped, heart-shaped, triangular, and other sinkings, which are generally lineated so as to mark the hours, and were without doubt always meant to be so.

    The Book of Sun-Dials

  • The chin and sides of the throat are paler grizzled than on the back and the lower part of the throat; the chest, belly, and inside of the limbs are either pale yellow or rich orange-yellow, or passing into pale chestnut in the Assam variety, in which the belly is rarely lineated.

    Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon

  • In the two following cases (120, 121) the visitor will find the American blue heron, and the great and little egrets; and in the next two cases given to the crane family (122, 123) are the bittern and little bittern of Europe, the American lineated bittern, the squacco and night herons of Europe, the American night heron, the

    How to See the British Museum in Four Visits

  • Although the words "Presi - dents House" were retained in the engraved Plan, the Square was laid down differently from that of L'Enfant, and the Presi - dent in his Act appropriating the same, has described it as de - lineated on the engraved Plan, on the same principle Mr David - son has been paid for his Land within the Square.

    Thomas Jefferson and the National Capital: Containing Notes and Correspondence exchanged between Jefferson, Washington, L'Enfant, Ellicott, Hallett, Thornton, Latrobe, the Commissioners, and others

  • The word-play grazes against rhyme, the lilt of the language tilts readers into lineated juxtaposition.

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  • Almost as well-known as the mischievous re-touchings of the surrealist painters, the heady prose description by Walter Pater was considered by WB Yeats to be so original and poetic that he lineated it himself so as to form the opening "poem" of his 1936 anthology, The Oxford Book of Modern Verse: "She is older than the rocks among which she sits;/Like the Vampire/She has been dead many times …"

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  • Fancy word for striped ;-)

    February 17, 2007