Definition of Contlines

1. Noun. (plural of contline) ¹



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Definition of Contlines

1. contline [n] - See also: contline

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Contlines

continuous suture
continuous tense
continuous time model
continuous tremor
continuous variable
continuous variables
continuously
continuously variable transmission
continuously variable transmissions
continuousness
continuum
continuum hypothesis
continuumlike
continuums
contline
contlines (current term)
conto
contoid
contoids
contone
contorno
contornos
contorsion
contorsional
contort
contorted
contortedly
contortedness
contorting
contortion

Literary usage of Contlines

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1. Rudimentary Treatise on Masting, Mast-making, and Rigging of Ships: Also by Robert Kipping (1854)
"A long splice of four-strand rope is made in a similar way as the preceding. TO WORM AND SERVE A ROPE. "Worming a rope is to fill up the contlines or vacant ..."

2. Shipbuilding Cyclopedia: A Reference Book Covering Definitions of by J. L. Bates, Bibber Webster, Stephen McKay Phillips, Alfred Henry Haag (1920)
"Filling the contlines of a rope with tarred small stuff preparatory to serving. This operation gives the rope a smoother surface and at the same time aids ..."

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