white line

NOUN
  1. a white stripe in the middle of a road to mark traffic lanes
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  • The viewer was greeted by a starburst of white lines radiating from the center of a yellow, rectangular, floor-to-ceiling field.
  • Candles flickered on the well-spaced tables which were covered with crisp white linen cloths.
  • Anyway, dark grey and white walls, starched white linen. Times, Sunday Times
  • The rooms are spacious and awash with brocade, satin and crisp white linen, with a decadent fur throw on the bed.
  • His beautifully sculpted body was sheathed in tan breeches and a white lined shirt, half opened at the neck.
  • Now it resembled a low fortress wall with blocks of stone evenly cut and dressed, and white lines to guide devotees on moonless nights.
  • Mr Bailey was looking very spruce in a white linen suit.
  • Parking spaces are demarcated by white lines.
  • At the age of six, I myself wore a tallith katan, or scapular, under my shirt, only mine was a scrap of green calico print, whereas theirs are white linen.
  • In the nighttime version, by contrast, violent white lines cross the image in all directions, obfuscating a washed-out bed of flowers reduced to a symbolic recollection of its previous likeness.
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