beltline

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beltline

(ˈbɛltˌlaɪn)
n
a line separating a car's windows from the main bodya road or railway that circles a metropolitan area

belt•line

(ˈbɛltˌlaɪn)

n.
the waistline.
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Unashamedly handsome, the big belt-line, vertical grille, 20-inch wheels and attitude in spades guarantee that the Nitro will sell strongly.
Lift the leg toward the belt-line as high as possible, pause briefly, and then return to the starting position.