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Definition of Logline
1. a line for finding the speed of a vessel [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Logline
Literary usage of Logline
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Emporium of Arts and Sciences by John Redman Coxe (1812)
"But if the just and proper length of the logline were used on board of all ships, they would be then liable only to the errors of the currents themselves ..."
2. A Voyage from Leith to Lapland: Or, Pictures of Scandinavia in 1850 by William Hurton (1852)
"... starboard; bagbord, larboard; driften, leeway; logline, logline; logbogen, log-book; lee, lee; skonnert, schooner; bark, bark, or barque; brig, brig; ..."
3. The Racing Calendar by National Hunt Committee, London (1884)
"Quin's br. c. by Uncas, out of logline, ... 3 to 1 agst the logline colt, 5 to 1 each agst Ameer and Genista, and lO to I agst any other. ..."
4. The Racing Calendar by National Hunt Committee, London (1884)
"Quin's br. c. by Uncas, ont of logline, Mr Grad well's Genista, by Prince, ... 3 to 1 agst the logline colt, 5 to 1 each agst Ameer and Genista, ..."