[ US /əˈɫaɪnɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ɐlˈa‍ɪnɪŋ/ ]
  1. causing to fall into line or into position
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How To Use aligning In A Sentence

  • Lay the shade on a flat surface with the lining side up, and mark the placement for the plastic rings along the dowel casing lines, aligning them with the screw eyes in the mounting board.
  • By doing this, we end up aligning our own biorhythms with the universal rhythms.
  • At the risk of aligning myself with the fuddy-duddies on the panel, I'm not convinced that their critics do understand the rigors of the jobs those panelists have. Old Think from New Publishers
  • Hobongwana said that the other officials would not be expelled, pending their commitment to realigning themselves with the party within 21 days.
  • In aligning ourselves with these universal laws, we can soon see how clear or muddy is our own subconscious.
  • There are signs that the prime minister is aligning himself with the liberals.
  • That was when it felt the stars were aligning and it had to happen. The Sun
  • Capt Yost continued the approach, skillfully aligning the aircraft with the runway using right rudder and fanning the speed-brakes once the landing was assured.
  • Tess Monaghan is here, in two stories and a profile, aligning herself with various underdogs. Hardly Knew Her by Laura Lippman: Book summary
  • Feng shui is the art of aligning complementary opposites to coexist, balancing the five elements of water, wood, fire, earth and metal.
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