- a waterfall or torrent of rushing water in a river or stream.
- a pool of water, especially at the foot of a waterfall.
- a steep ravine or precipice.
Origin of linn
Examples from the Web for lin
Contemporary Examples of lin
For a while Lin was one of my favorite young writers, almost (but not quite) in spite of his novels.
But Lin can also produce the feelings of existential wonder that all good novelists provoke.
Instead of debt forgiveness, Prof. Lin suggests making student loans like other types of loans: dischargeable in bankruptcy.Should Student Loan Debt be Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?
March 13, 2013
Lin acknowledged having seen many middle-aged female clients who come in yearning for a younger, fresher version of themselves.Midlife Crisis? Get Bangs!
February 20, 2013
Lin has led the customer review section with a five-star but hostile review of January 22 that was pages long.The Persecution of Ping Fu
February 11, 2013
Historical Examples of lin
A tan-yard hand who played the violin by ear had supplanted Lin.
To Lin's persistent inquiries, Alfred admitted that the mule had kicked him.
In a maudlin way he stuttered: "L-o-o-k-o-u-t, Lin, she'll k-k-i-c-k you."
Lin "wondered what gran'muther would say when she heard of his 'sickness'."
Harrison continually quizzed Alfred as to Lin's attitude toward him.
- a waterfall or a pool at the foot of it
- a ravine or precipice