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Definition of "feedline" [feedline]

  • Physical cabling that carries the signal to and from the aerial. (noun)
  • The conveyor belt, or other transport device, that delivers the meal to the animals. (noun)
  • The tube for gasoline that goes to the engine. (noun)

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Use "feedline" in a sentence
  • "This had its limitations for the genre they were in most need of (the phrase 'comic timing' clearly meant little to whoever programmed the computer to present the feedline and punchline one atop the other on the same screen), but did have an unintentionally reciprocal effect on live news and current affairs shows."
  • "Putting the soaked towel aside, he downed a long swig of chilled fruit juice from the driver's feedline before starting the engine."
  • "He stared at the ship in disbelief, and then back down at the feedline in his hands."
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