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Fishing line   /fˈɪʃɪŋ laɪn/   Listen
Fishing line

noun
1.
A length of cord to which the leader and float and sinker and hook are attached.






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"Fishing line" Quotes from Famous Books



... little party were thrown into common stock. The salt meat, flour, and tea were placed in a hollow rock at some distance from the beach, and Mr. Bates was appointed purser, to apportion to each, without fear or favour, his stated allowance. The goat was tethered with a piece of fishing line sufficiently long to allow her to browse. The cask of rum, by special agreement, was placed in the innermost recess of the rock, and it was resolved that its contents should not be touched except in case of sickness, or in last extremity. There was no lack of ...
— For the Term of His Natural Life • Marcus Clarke



Words linked to "Fishing line" :   hand line, tackle, fishing tackle, trawl, night-line, setline, handline, rig, trotline, fishing gear, trawl line, spiller, fishing rig, cord



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