Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having yellow lines or streaks: as, the yellow-line quaker, Orthosia macilenta, a British noctuid moth.

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Examples

  • On a fallen log are what look like fist-sized splats of yellow-line paint.

    Country diary: Northamptonshire

  • The backstory, however, was that Grewal was relegated to the back of the peloton for a yellow-line violation just as the race split in the second stage.

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  • Back home, we discover it was a yellow-line quaker.

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  • Let me explain how my formative driving experience in the early nineties has transformed me into the rather be driven, public transportation, yellow-line hopping proud New Yorker I've become.

    The Yellow Wonder

  • Let me explain how my formative driving experience in the early nineties has transformed me into the rather be driven, public transportation, yellow-line hopping proud New Yorker I've become.

    The Yellow Wonder

  • The yellow-line rule has been in effect and enforced since NASCAR returned to Daytona in July 2001, nearly five months following the last-lap accident that killed Dale Earnhardt.

    SI.com

  • With ARCA having a similar yellow-line rule as NASCAR, Patrick said she was just trying not to go below the yellow line.

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  • Johnson said Martin had an interested way to tweak the yellow-line rule NASCAR uses at Daytona and Talladega.

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  • By the end of the session she was inquiring about the specifics of the yellow-line rule that defines the lower border of the racing surface at Daytona and Talladega.

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  • With ARCA having a similar yellow-line rule as NASCAR, Patrick said she was just trying not to go below the yellow line.

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