On moderately clear days, the white line of the French coast may be seen from the hotel.
His sallow face was red; his thin lips compressed to a white line.
With hyperplasia of lamina, at the anterior portion of the distal phalanx, there results a thick "white line."
His lids half closed as his lips tightened to a thin, white line.
Beyond, the white line of the walls and the infinite stretch of azure sea glittering in the sunshine.
The attack at that point had failed, and the white line was yet complete.
There was no white line of foam to betray her movement through the black water.
This work leaves a white line or mark on the card that cannot be shaded.
The matting was made by the sailors, of rope, or white line, plaited curiously.
His eyes were black; there was a white line about his nostrils.
white line n.
See linea alba.