[ kod-lahyn ]
/ ˈkɒdˌlaɪn /
an untarred cord of hemp or cotton, used for fishing and for various purposes aboard a ship.
- coding sequence,
- codling moth,
- codman's triangle,
Origin of codline
Also called whiteline.
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Examples from the Web for codline
I fastened the boat, and then, with the oars on my shoulder and the slack of the codline in my hand, start him up the shell road.Swept Out to Sea|W. Bertram Foster