- linen panel,
- linen paper,
- liner note,
- liner notes,
Origin of liner1
Origin of liner2
Examples from the Web for liner
Pick up records from that time and chances are Hentoff wrote the liner notes.
Famously, the Dunedin Star, a British liner, crashed on these shores in 1942.
While other jazz cats describe their music in liner notes, Carey relies on a comic strip.The Strangest and Most Surprising Recordings of 2013|Ted Gioia|December 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But the liner notes, hand-scrawled by Paul, song by song, are something special.The Return of the Replacements: Here Comes a Regular|Elizabeth Wurtzel|September 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He wrote in the liner notes, “The last few years prove to me we live in an age of miracles.”
The liner began to slacken her speed, and the tugboat soon was alongside.Sinking of the Titanic|Various
The liner I was aboard had just passed Fire Island lightship.Dorothy Dixon and the Mystery Plane|Dorothy Wayne
Old Swainson answered on his Klaxon, and then the liner began to move slowly over the glittering water.The Air Pirate|Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
Entering New York a few days after war had been declared, we berthed alongside a crack German liner.Merchantmen-at-Arms|David W. Bone
A cluster of blurred lights on the horizon show me where a liner is creeping past us in the darkness—a ship passing in the night.An Ocean Tramp|William McFee
"ship belonging to a shipping line," 1838, from line (n.) on notion of a succession of ships plying between ports along regular "lines." Line in this sense first attested 1786 in reference to stagecoaches. Cosmetics sense first recorded 1926, short for eye-liner. The type of baseball hit was so called from 1874 (line drive attested from 1899).
"person who fits a lining to," 1610s, agent noun from line (v.1). Meaning "thing serving as a lining" is from 1869. Liner notes in a record album are attested from 1953.