liner[ lahy-ner ]SEE DEFINITION OF liner
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LINER
That was the liner, and it had been saying the same thing for two nights and two days.
But as for the liner, it continued with its emphatic reiteration.
They were delightful days, for the Laconia is a Paris hotel disguised as a liner.
Minute after minute passed, but there was no response from the other liner.
Already the liner was far away, out of their grasp, even had they desired to return.
Not all of the women and children got off the liner into the small boats.
On the twenty-eighth of the month this submarine sank the liner Ethiope.
The captain of the liner called Penrun as the chief witness.
Once you are free of the liner I'll slow down so that the black ship will have to slow down, too.
The ray with which the liner was equipped was a mere toy in comparison.
"ship belonging to a shipping line," 1838, from line (n.) on notion of a succession of ships plying between ports along regular "lines." Line in this sense first attested 1786 in reference to stagecoaches. Cosmetics sense first recorded 1926, short for eye-liner. The type of baseball hit was so called from 1874 (line drive attested from 1899).