short line

NOUN
  1. a transportation system that operates over relatively short distances
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How To Use short line In A Sentence

  • It pairs a sequence of thirteen short lines with a concluding, unrhyming apothegm. WICKED: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST
  • When text is saved from a Web page, it is often very badly formatted with many short lines.
  • Serifs are the short lines stemming from the strokes of letters, like the type you're reading now.
  • Knowledge of the Vedas has been condensed into 555 short lines.
  • -- The short line following the subject line represents the entire predicate, and is supposed to be continued in the three horizontal lines that follow, each of which represents one of the parts of the _compound predicate_. Graded Lessons in English an Elementary English Grammar Consisting of One Hundred Practical Lessons, Carefully Graded and Adapted to the Class-Room
  • It was seven short lines, and Claudia said she examined it closely for signs of insanity.
  • Wyatt's awkwardness is not limited to the decasyllable, but some of his short poems in short lines recover rhythmical grace very remarkably, and set a great example. A History of Elizabethan Literature
  • the letter consisted of three short lines
  • These contakia consist of from twenty to thirty or even more strophes of uniform structure to which is prefixed as a rule one, but occasionally two or three strophes of varying structure; every strophe (troparion or oikos), the numerous verses of which are generally different, is followed by a refrain of one or two short lines. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability
  • Portato is indicated by a short line over or under a note, or the combination of a slur and staccato dot.
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