Painted arrows on the linoleum floor direct you where to stand in line.
"This will not stop the public," he says, as grown men weep around him and harsh lights beam onto the linoleum.
An artist in Arles cut the bull shapes from rolls of linoleum.
He would slap me, hard, one time knocking me to the linoleum floor.
Her door is the one at the far end of a linoleum hall, nearest the street.
The carpet covered only two-thirds of the floor, and was eked out by linoleum.
Would you finish your tea, and then we will buy the linoleum for the cubicles.
Out upon the linoleum 29 rolled the glistening coinsseveral of them gold piecesthat Jess had noted so greedily in the egg store.
Above the felt we laid the linoleum, with more pitch and tar to stick it.
The linoleum on the floor and the American cloth on the table were equally bright.
1860, coined by English inventor Frederick Walton (1837-1928), from Latin linum "flax, linen" (see linen) + oleum "oil" (see oil (n.)). Originally, a preparation of solidified linseed oil used to coat canvas for making floor coverings; the word was applied to the flooring material itself after 1878. The Linoleum Manufacturing Company was formed 1864.