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Alternative clues for the word lineup
Word definitions for lineup in dictionaries
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
also line-up , from line (v.2) + up . The baseball version (1889) is older than the police version (1907).
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Line-up \Line"-up`\, Lineup \Line"up`\ (l[imac]n"[u^]p), n. The members of a team who are scheduled to play a game. Specifically: The formation of football players before the start or a restart of play. Specifically: (baseball) a list of batters in the ...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 (context legal English) a physical or photographic queue of people allegedly involved in a crime 2 (context Canada English) A line of people or vehicles, in which the individual at the front end is dealt with first, the one behind is dealt with next, ...
Usage examples of lineup.
Channel 11 had dumped their usual Saturday-morning lineup of fishing shows and light local interest in favor of covering the escape of Karl Dahl and the beating of Judge Moore.
Ben Bova, and introduced in early 2000, was perhaps the most glossy and ambitious such site to date, featuring a distinguished lineup of columnists such as Harlan Ellison, Mike Resnick, Joe Haldeman, Jack Dann, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, and many others, running scientific articles and book and movie reviews as well as original short SF stories, and promising eventually to provide everything from downloadable novels to online movies to animation to Web TV.
Jeff Cirillo hits a single and, with only the tiniest prompting, starts to bitch and moan about hitting ninth in the Seattle lineup.
The lineup of German tanks must be going crazy waiting for this column of mad careening Red tanks to come to a stop.
Officers showed people photo lineups in their search for suspects but failed to record whose photographs were shown and which, if any, had been recognized.
He will sit on a beach for hours, studying wave conditions, looking for sets that will push him to and maybe past his personal threshold, oblivious even to the passing contents of bun-floss bikinis, so focused and patient that he makes one of those Easter Island stone heads seem positively jittery, but when he sees what he needs and paddles his board out to the lineup, he doesn't wallow there like a buoy, he becomes a true raging slash master, ripping the waves, domesticating even the hugest thunder crushers, going for it so totally that if any shark mistook him for chum, he'd flip it upside down and ride it like a longboard.
This pause gave her time enough to chase down the memory of the face in the lineup.
One night a year ago, Cinco de Mayo, there was a mariachi Mexican Spanish Pachuco conga lineup through the halls and down through the tenement, gassed on wine and enchiladas.
Anything as hard to grasp as the fact that those two over-the-hill players, permanently on the disabled list, were once in the starting lineup?
If your choice is to be snuffed or be a buoy, then You're not hairing out if You sit in the lineup and soak through the whole set.
It was a nice afternoon, too nice to spoil with the car radio's hit parade lineup of adenoidal retards.
Instantly Jake made the transition from instrument flight to visual flight, scanning the angle-of-attack, the ball, and the lineup while Razor made the ball report.
She could inch ahead on the Montauk Highway, and then break free of the traffic and race parallel to the highway on the connecting back roads, always finding a way to break back into the lineup of cars again.
He didn't even get into the lineup until after the Sox broke camp, and then he went in only as a pinch hitter against minor-league opposition.
Smells of blood and aftershave and cigarette smoke pressed around him, strengthed by confinement in the lineup box.