Draw a line down the centre of the page.
He has a large, generous face with deep lines.
Children clutching empty bowls form a line.
Learning lines is easy. Acting is difficult.
a piece of fishing line
Walk in a straight line.
a dress that follows the line of the body
the California state line
the fortification they called the Maginot Line
The government promised to take a hard line on terrorism.
What are the benefits of this line of research?
What was your father's line of business?
His best selling line is the cheapest lager at £1.99.
We were part of a long line of artists.
My phone doesn't work, so drop me a line.
the latest in a long line of successes
Don't be fooled by that line about having seen you before somewhere.
No one seems able to pursue a line of inquiry far enough to get an answer.
Thousands of people lined the streets as the procession went by.
Her face was lined with concern.
He declared that he would draw the line at hitting a woman.
Venus, the Sun and Earth were all in line.
All this was just designed to frighten me and keep me in line.
I had been standing in line for three hours.
He must be in line for a place in the Guinness Book of Records.
This is in line with medical opinion.
He lined the glasses up behind the bar.
He's lining up a two-week tour for the New Year.
The senior leaders lined up behind him in orderly rows.
He wouldn't put his career on the line to help a friend.
He's one of the politicians who wouldn't toe the party line.
See in line
See in line for
See in line with
See line up
See on the line
See toe the line