Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Usage examples of "by-line".
I am then well shaken up for two or three hours in the Irish mail, and after crawling along a slow by-line for two or three hours more, am at length, at 6:55, landed, battered, tired, dust-blacked and qualmish, at the little roadside station of Caulfield.
Major out-of-state papers instructed their New York correspondents to work on individual by-line stories.
Stopping for coffee and two burritos with green chili in a cafe" near the central plaza, he leafed swiftly through all twenty magazines, marking the stories that carried a Charley Bloom by-line.
He became a fixture in half-a-dozen magazines of the time-some of them no longer with us-and shortly was joined by a number of other by-lines, attached to much the same sort of wry and colorful story.
The bright-burning enthusiasm which had carved out his syndicated by-line was long gone.