[ hwahyt-lahyn, wahyt- ]


Origin of whiteline


Words Nearby whiteline

Other definitions for white line (2 of 2)

white line

  1. a stripe of white paint, tiles, or the like, that marks the center or outer edge of a road.

  2. a white layer in a horse's hoof.

  1. any blank or white part, line, stripe, or margin.

Origin of white line

First recorded in 1590–1600

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British Dictionary definitions for white line

white line

  1. a line or strip of white in the centre of a road to separate traffic going in different directions

  2. a white lamination in the hoof of a horse

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