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aline

[ uh-lahyn ]
/ əˈlaɪn /
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verb (used with or without object), a·lined, a·lin·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM aline

a·line·ment, nouna·lin·er, nounnon·a·lined, adjectiveself-a·lin·ing, adjective

Other definitions for aline (2 of 3)

Aline
[ uh-leen, al-een ]
/ əˈlin, ˈæl in /

noun
a female given name, form of Adeline.

Other definitions for aline (3 of 3)

A-line
[ ey-lahyn ]
/ ˈeɪˌlaɪn /

noun
(especially in women's clothing) a cut of garment consisting basically of two A-shaped panels for the front and back, designed to give increasing fullness toward the hemline.
a garment having such a cut.
adjective
being of such design or cut: an A-line coat; an A-line dress.

Origin of A-line

First recorded in 1960–65
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British Dictionary definitions for aline (1 of 2)

aline
/ (əˈlaɪn) /

verb
a rare spelling of align

Derived forms of aline

alinement, nounaliner, noun

British Dictionary definitions for aline (2 of 2)

A-line

adjective
(of a garment, esp a skirt or dress) flaring slightly from the waist or shoulders
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