Words nearby inline
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How to use inline in a sentence
I’ve worn them hiking, running, biking, rafting, inline skating, climbing, and even slip-’n’-sliding and they didn’t ride up once.
Some models even include inline fuses to prevent bulb blowouts.Best twinkle lights: Fairy string lights to brighten any indoor or outdoor space|Quinn Gawronski|July 8, 2021|Popular-Science
I originally got into inline skating during quarantine as a way to get out of the house and train for ski season—and maybe it had something to do with wanting to look cool.
The Chrome Team’s first announcement has to do with a new security sandbox feature that isolates instances of inline frames.News from Google I/O for technical SEO practitioners and site developers|Detlef Johnson|May 26, 2021|Search Engine Land
Likewise, the new American Airlines terminal at JFK has eight inline scanners that can handle 3,200 bags an hour.
On some reading devices, inline stage directions are set off from the text by parentheses added by the transcriber.The Fatal Dowry|Philip Massinger
The many images of the original are inline here as grayscale graphics in PNG format, scaled to 480 or 512 pixels width.Line and Form (1900)|Walter Crane
Pulverem facito, et cribello medicinali omnem pulverem cerne et permisce, et cum vino vetere calefacto locum inline.Surgical Instruments in Greek and Roman Times|John Stewart Milne
Inline notes, like this, show each spelling and hyphenation correction.Finnish Legends for English Children|R. Eivind
There is a psychic connection between the outline of furniture and the inline of man.The Art of Interior Decoration|Grace Wood
British Dictionary definitions for inline
Other Idioms and Phrases with inline
Also, in line with. In conformity or agreement; within ordinary or proper limits. For example, The new policy was intended to keep prices in line with their competitors, or It's up to the supervisor to keep the nurses in line. Also see fall in line.
Also, on line. Waiting behind others in a row or queue. For example, The children stood in line for their lunches, or There were at least 50 persons on line for opera tickets.
in line for. Next in order for, as in He is next in line for the presidency. All of these terms employ line in the sense of “an orderly row or series of persons or objects,” a usage dating from the 1500s.