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Definition of "hard lines" []

  • Expressed to someone suffering misfortune. (interjection)

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Use "hard lines" in a sentence
  • "His eyes were heavy-lidded; his jaw was chiseled, but its hard lines were offset by the subtle beauty of lips sculpted by some demon to lure mortal women into sin."
  • "Calendar whistled his surprise and admiration, but the hard lines in Gambier's face only set harder still."
  • "Actually more like an impish fallen cherub since the guy was probably all of twenty-five, making Daniel's hundred-percent adult male hard lines vibrate tension through the air."