- a·line·ment, noun
- a·lin·er, noun
- non·a·lined, adjective
- self-a·lin·ing, adjective
Other definitions for Aline (2 of 3)
a female given name, form of Adeline.
Other definitions for A-line (3 of 3)
(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.
being of such design or cut: an A-line coat; an A-line dress.
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How to use aline in a sentence
The edifice he erected was destroyed in the unceasing petty wars waged against each other by the husbands of Aliner of Aquitaine.How France Built Her Cathedrals | Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly
Why should he care, that some penny-aliner had slipped those odious lines into a newspaper?Prince Zilah, Complete | Jules Claretie
British Dictionary definitions for aline (1 of 2)
a rare spelling of align
- alinement, noun
- aliner, noun
British Dictionary definitions for A-line (2 of 2)
(of a garment, esp a skirt or dress) flaring slightly from the waist or shoulders
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