1. the act of marking or outlining with lines
  2. the line that appears to bound an object
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How To Use lineation In A Sentence

  • Quartz and chlorite stretching lineations show two major trends, either down dip to the SW or sub-horizontal plunge to the west or NW, i.e. along strike.
  • Armantrout's short lines, use of rhetoric, aggressive lineation, disjunctions and juxtapositions, discursiveness, parataxis, and myriad condensatory techniques are all exemplary, but never overbearing. Seth Abramson: November 2011 Contemporary Poetry Reviews
  • The delicate delineations of each square of metal leaf create subtle patterns.
  • (Original lineation is evident, of course, in the facsimile images.) Annotated Text
  • Faint and fine suturai lineations, incompletely reflecting tabulation, variably developed over surface.
  • Bedrock structures tend to be more regional in spatial outline compared with glacial lineations and in satellite images are often characterized by a rough and irregular surface texture.
  • A little more delineation between the two sides of the character would have further advanced what was a fair portrayal.
  • In their place would come themes, ending the rigid delineation of topics.
  • To my ears, the DTS track sounds tighter and with better delineation between the channels.
  • This reflects the general insulation of the community, where there are specific delineations between northern and southern Thais and where intercommunity outreach with other groups has been almost nonexistent.
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