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Definition of "lined" []

  • Having a lining, an inner layer or covering. (adjective)
  • Having lines, ruled. (adjective)
  • Having visible lines or wrinkles. (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of line. (verb)

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Use "lined" in a sentence
  • "With few exceptions all the innumerable nests of _O. sutorius_ that I have seen were lined with some soft substance -- cotton-wool, the silky down of the cotton-tree (_Bomlax heptaphyllum_) grass-down, soft horsehair, or even human hair, while the nests of _P. stewarti_ are almost without exception _lined_ with fine grass-roots."
  • "French publisher Krok Nik Douil Editions has a new title lined up for the Festival International des Jeux, the March 2010 game festival in Cannes."
  • "I suited up in lined fishing waders for warmth, grabbed my fleece pullover and stepped into the eco-boat for the hour voyage up Bute Inlet, through the Arran and Yuculta rapids to the Orford River."