Thesaurus / old line
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The old line of division was still as strongly marked as ever.

Between the two brigades the Germans were clinging fiercely to their old line.

A Company of TanksW. H. L. Watson

About two o'clock Butler was forced back, the enemy re-occupying their old line.

Only a few miles of victory and the Germans will again occupy their old line!

Still, like a prize-fighter he rallied between the rounds, and drove right on in his old line.

The Tenants of MaloryJoseph Sheridan Le Fanu

He found that it was easy to keep on in an old line, but very hard to strike out into a new one.

He had been rescued from an esclandre, his father had been buried as became one of the old line of Wrexfords.

Following their practice for three campaigns, the old line speakers dwelt upon the conditions in the South.

The New NationFrederic L. Paxson

I carry insurance in old line companies and in what are known as the mutual or assessment companies.

They had reached and passed the Allies' old line as it existed before the fighting on the Somme.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.