The first shed we come to the preacher was lining out a hymn.
Markers have been devised for facilitating the lining out of tennis courts.
Jack, when I pulled the lining out of your pocket-book there was a silver fourpence in it.
Gardiner removed his coat and deftly cut the lining out of it.
"I hope it's burnt the lining out of your throat," said the man savagely.
She was lining out for the stable and then a minute later I saw her swing a saddle onto—what horse d'you think?
By 1775 choir singing had become more general, and the old system of lining out was dying, but dying hard.
He was not long making up his mind, and tearing the lining out of his damaged sleeve to soak in the water and use for a sponge.
Reaching into the inside pocket of his buckskin vest, Duane turned the lining out.
The "lining out" of hymns was slowly abandoned, and singing by note took its place.