Definition of Interlining

1. n. Correction or alteration by writing between the lines; interlineation.



Definition of Interlining

1. Noun. A cloth lining between the outer and inner layers of a garment. ¹

2. Noun. Correction or alteration by writing between the lines; interlineation. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Interlining

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interlining

interlinearly
interlinears
interlineary
interlineation
interlineations
interlined
interliner
interliners
interlines
interlingual
interlingual rendition
interlingually
interlinguas
interlinguistic
interlinguistics
interlining (current term)
interlinings
interlink
interlinked
interlinking
interlinks
interloan
interloans
interlobar
interlobar arteries of kidney
interlobar artery
interlobar duct
interlobar surfaces of lung
interlobar veins of kidney
interlobitis

Literary usage of Interlining

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1. Institutes of Common and Statute Law by John Barbee Minor (1877)
"Rasure, interlining, or other Alteration. An important distinction as to the effect of a rasure, interlineation, or alteration in a deed, ..."

2. The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution ; Or, Illustrations, by Pen and by Benson John Lossing (1852)
"The alterations, by interlining, in the portion here given, are in the handwriting ot Mr. Adams. It will be perceived, by a comparison, that nearly the ..."

3. Proceedings of the Municipal Engineers of the City of New York (1910)
"drainage shaft, but accepted the writer's suggestion for a drainage interlining (which would carry leakage to the bottom of the shaft), in lieu of a tight ..."

4. Occupations for Little Fingers: A Manual for Grade Teachers, Mothers and by Elizabeth Sage, Anna Maria Cooley (1910)
"Approximate cost per child 02 Fold the interlining until it is four ... Baste the two sides, put in the interlining, and continue basting around the holder. ..."

5. Engineers and Engineering by Engineers Club of Philadelphia (1914)
"In assembling the work above the anchor ring, the first section of %-inch interlining, 9 ft. long, was lowered into the shaft and field connected to the ..."

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