interlining

1 [in-ter-lahy-ning]

Origin:
1880–85; interline2 + -ing1

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interlining

2 [in-ter-lahy-ning]
noun
1.
something that is written or inserted between lines of writing or print.
2.
such insertions collectively.

Origin:
1425–75; late Middle English; see interline1, -ing1

interline

1 [in-ter-lahyn]
verb (used with object), interlined, interlining.
1.
to write or insert (words, phrases, etc.) between the lines of writing or print.
2.
to mark or inscribe (a document, book, etc.) between the lines.
3.
to transfer (freight) from one carrier to another in the course of shipment.
verb (used without object), interlined, interlining.
4.
to transfer freight from one carrier to another in the course of shipment.
adjective
5.
involving or indicating a transfer of passengers or freight from one carrier to another during travel or shipment: interline flights.
6.
of or pertaining to transactions between competing carriers, especially airlines, by which passengers, baggage, and freight are transferred from one carrier to another using only one ticket or one check-in procedure from departure point to destination.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English < Medieval Latin interlīneāre. See inter-, line1

interline

2 [in-ter-lahyn]
verb (used with object), interlined, interlining.
to provide (a garment) with an interlining.

Origin:
1470–80; inter- + line2

interliner, noun
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interline or interlineate1 (ˌɪntəˈlaɪn, ˌɪntəˈlɪnɪˌeɪt)
 
vb
(tr) to write or print (matter) between the lines of (a text, book, etc)
 
interlineate or interlineate1
 
vb
 
'interlining or interlineate1
 
n
 
interline'ation or interlineate1
 
n

interline2 (ˌɪntəˈlaɪn)
 
vb
(tr) to provide (a part of a garment, such as a collar or cuff) with a second lining, esp of stiffened material
 
'interliner2
 
n

interlining (ˈɪntəˌlaɪnɪŋ)
 
n
the material used to interline parts of garments, now often made of reinforced paper

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Example sentences
And a couple of heavy coats with woolen interlining.
Used for garment interlining, covering of padding and in many other ways.
Transporters will be chosen who do a minimum of interlining before reaching the disposal site.
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