liney
adjective see line I

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  • liney — adj. marked with lines; full of lines; resembling lines (also spelled liney) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • liney — variant of liny * * * /luy nee/, adj., linier, liniest. liny. * * * līnˈy or līnˈey adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑line * * * liney see liny …   Useful english dictionary

  • liney — /luy nee/, adj., linier, liniest. liny. * * * …   Universalium

  • liney — /ˈlaɪni/ (say luynee) adjective (linier, liniest) → liny …   Australian English dictionary

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  • Henry (comic) — and began distributing the comic in 1934. Sunday strips first appeared in 1935. In 1948, Anderson died, and the comic continued to be drawn on weekdays by John Liney and on Sundays by Don Trachte. When Liney retired in 1979, the strip was… …   Wikipedia

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  • line — I. noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English; partly from Anglo French lingne, from Latin linea, from feminine of lineus made of flax, from linum flax; partly from Old English līne; akin to Old English līn flax more at linen Date:… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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