Kline

[ US /ˈkɫaɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States abstract expressionist painter (1910-1962)
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How To Use Kline In A Sentence

  • Thereafter, he retreated to the Celtic backline.
  • Spain dominated possession in the opening minutes and looked to have the measure of an uncertain Dutch backline. BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition
  • Everyone stared at her as the young woman strutted into the room, fingering a spaghetti strap of her red minidress with plunging neckline.
  • Klinefelter says there's plenty of pent-up demand in the teen sector.
  • I've got a peacock-green number, a black thing with loads of diamanté, and a shiny silver one with a dangerously low neckline.
  • The most memorable pieces were undoubtedly Gucci's clingy, dress with a daring keyhole neckline and its slinky, cut-out swimsuit.
  • The neckline was square, the bodice simple, in fact, the whole dress was quite simple, but the addition of that soft, airy fabric in almost a mint hue made it look so rich.
  • Her throat was bare and a slight ruffle of white fabric edged the neckline where the edge of her chemise peeked out.
  • This outfit is one of her more hideous concoctions in the way of outfits: white wedge sandals, a mini skirt made from Dalmatian-patterned suede, and a black and white checked t-shirt with a plunging neckline.
  • A backline of young, emerging players struggled to capitalise on a strong forward platform, and the home team showed strength in both scrum and lineout.
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