front line[ fruhnt-lahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF front line
Synonyms for front line
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRONT LINE
On the 11th, the Battalion had a long, weary march to the front line.
Close to the front line of spectators, however, there came a check.
Ralph and Percy were both in the front line, behind the trees.
The front line was getting it in the neck, which is unfair after dark.
"We're in view from the Boche front line from the top," he said sharply.
This second line was usually as well sited for fire as the front line.
All who serve in the front line at a time like this are equally entitled to credit.
He posts Townshend facing this, at right angles to his front line.
In a very short time we were able to use the Yeomanry in the front line.
Every good surgeon in the Confederacy should hasten to the front line of our armies.