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Definition of "line-up" []

  • A row or arrangement of people or things assembled for a particular purpose (noun)
  • The members of such a row or arrangement (noun)
  • An identity parade (noun)
  • To form, put into, or organize a line-up (verb)
  • To produce, organize, and assemble (verb)
  • To align (verb)
  • Alternative spelling of lineup. (noun)

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Use "line-up" in a sentence
  • "Subscribers enjoy the largest high definition line-up with more than 200 national HD channels, the most international channels, and award-winning HD and DVR technology."
  • "If Will Gregory of Goldfrapp and Adrian Utley and some even less high profile musicians are stars, then, of course, Charles Hazlewood is entitled to call his line-up "All Stars"."
  • "On Monday, Fox unveiled the details of its fall line-up, which includes "The X Factor," the splashy talent show that Mr. Cowell will judge, as well as "Terra Nova," a big-budget science-fiction drama about a family that travels back in time, executive-produced by Steven Spielberg ."