Dandy line

Related to Dandy line: dandelion
a kind of fishing line to which are attached several crosspieces of whalebone which carry a hook at each end.

See also: Dandy

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Through the power of social media, Duda was able to draw attention to its new Dandy line of ready-to-eat radishes, including Ready Radishes, Radish Coins and Radish MiniSticks.
Two traditions spring from these early 'magnetic scoundrels' (29): the Gothic line and the Dandy line. The Gothic line, Lutz argues, takes up the damned, villainous Iago type who threatens women's lives and virtues (e.g.
a mix of Italian artistry and Japanese intricacy with his Dandy line. Salad bowls and serving pieces were etched with Japanese floral brocade and gold-plated tweed patterns.