Fancy line

(Naut.) a line rove through a block at the jaws of a gaff; - used to haul it down.

See also: Fancy

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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This fancy line of communion dresses features thousands of designer-inspired trendy and classy communion dresses at great discounted rates.
This unique approach to cultural studies and history features a fancy line of furniture in Macedonia.
A fancy line of "Couture Cocktails" has just been unveiled, including 24K Gold Champagne and an array of beverages with caviar beads.
Steinberg used many pictorial aliases in his lifetime: a bewhiskered cat, a rabbit nervously peering out of a man's head, a tiny ME shop in a row of businesses, and a little man drawing himself and getting tangled in his own fancy line. But in the end, Steinberg's most exact self-portrait is his thumbprint, impersonal and personal at once-an image of a modern man defined by the marks that made him, and yet a self-made man.
But this is over a mile - the Tipperary race was a mile and three-quarters - and I fancy LINE DANCER to beat him.
If soft drinks are the feature, for example, a fancy line of plastic cups may receive a wing position.