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Definition of "aline" [a•line]

  • To form in line; to fall into line. (verb)
  • To adjust or form to a line; to range or form in line; to bring into line. (verb)
  • To adhere oneself with a group or a way of thinking. (verb)
  • In line (adverb)

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Use "aline" in a sentence
  • "= An acrostic is "aline of poetry composed in such a way that in reading, in the vertical direction, the first letter of each verse, we find the word used as a theme.""
  • "I have found that gentle gathers on an aline skirt that goes midcalf or below the knee is slimming."
  • "We've all been there: Your aline in the field, last day of the hunt, the sun is starting to set. you are about to take a do-or-die shot at the next thing that will move ...."