- Be in a line;lined up
- Line up
- In line
- In line with
- The crowd waited patiently in a line for the doors to open.
- He dropped a whole line in typing.
- "Two golden orioles sing in the green willows, A row of white egrets against the blue sky."
- This is a keyboard-operated typesetting machine that casts an entire line as a single slug of metal.
- Between two dishes on the list was the description: Dearest Walter,with hard-boiled egg.
- He condensed the paragraph into one line.
- Ours is a great Party, a glorious Party, a correct Party.
- They are the backbone of the party.
- an orgy of parties
- A corking party.
- They incorporated the Green Party with the Liberal Party
- Babbitt was an official delegate.
- They drafted him to serve as their delegate.
- He has delegated the task to a subordinate.
- The delegation will arrive on Monday morning.
- The delegation is slated to arrive next week.