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Definition of "night-line" [night-line]

  • A fishing line with baited hooks left in the water to catch fish over night. (noun)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "night-line" in a sentence
  • "If his hens laid eggs, they were stolen; and if he set a night-line in the river, some one else always pulled it out and stole the fish and the hooks."
  • "On repairing to the spot next morning, and pulling up his night-line, he found that the magician had failed to"
  • "Mary had gone off to set a night-line in an eddy; Stonor lay on his back in the grass smoking, and Clare sat near, nursing her knees."
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