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limpid perfectly clear; transparent. [3 definitions]
limy consisting of or containing lime or limestone. [2 definitions]
linage the number of lines of print in an article, advertisement, or the like. [2 definitions]
linchpin a locking pin inserted through the end of a shaft to hold a wheel or other moving part. [2 definitions]
Lincoln the capital of Nebraska. [2 definitions]
Lincoln's Birthday a U.S. national holiday observed on February 12 commemorating the birthday of President Abraham Lincoln.
linden any of several shade trees that have large, heart-shaped leaves and bear fragrant yellowish blossoms.
line1 a thin, unbroken, elongated mark, as made on a surface. [21 definitions]
line2 to cover the inner side of. [2 definitions]
lineage1 descent from or the descendants of a common or particular ancestor or ancestry. [2 definitions]
lineage2 variant of linage.
lineal being in some direct line of descent or succession. [3 definitions]
lineament (often pl.) a distinguishing shape or outline, esp. of a face or feature. [2 definitions]
linear of or similar to a line; straight. [6 definitions]
linear measure any measurement of length, or measurement of length generally. [2 definitions]
lineation the act of marking or dividing into lines. [3 definitions]
linebacker in football, a defensive player whose usual position is between the defensive linemen and backfield.
line drawing a drawing done completely in lines.
line drive in baseball, a hard-hit ball that travels low, fast, and in a nearly straight line.
line graph a graph that plots the relationship between two variable quantities, represented on horizontal and vertical axes, by connecting their coordinate points with straight lines.
lineman a person who installs or repairs electric power, telephone, or telegraph lines; linesman. [3 definitions]