line with

line (something) with (something)

To cover or fill the inner surface of something with some other material, substance, or objects. I lined my coat with wool to keep me warm in the winter. It turns out that the previous owners had lined the walls with asbestos, so we had to gut the entire building. These greedy merchants are just looking for ways to line their pockets with gold.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2022 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

line something with something

to place a layer of something over the inside surface of something. You should line the drawers with clean paper before you use them. I want to line this jacket with new material.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Look there!" one soldier was saying to another, pointing to a Russian musketeer who had gone up to the picket line with an officer and was rapidly and excitedly talking to a French grenadier.
The casting facility also added a new line for nobake molds to replace an existing line with a smaller mixer and less space.
The Greeks use the word [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [crow], either because of its shape or because of the noise it makes.") In line with this explanation, the Dutch 1622 translation of the Colloquies has rendered "cornix" (line 6) as "ring," "den rinck der deure met wit lynen bewonden," that is, "een teken van een kinder-bedde in huys" (190 B).
households had replaced a traditional telephony access line with alternative communications modalities.
The net impression you leave when you use your logo and theme line with perfect continuity is one of orderliness and organization.
To avoid turning an ankle stress touching the line with the foot facing forward (perpendicular to the line) and not sideways (parallel to the line).
Be sure to have the modem available during installation so the installer can test the line with it.
When you get the hang of it, you will love it -- * TIP: follow my line with your pencil and you will get the feel of it
A comparable line with mills could be hardly operated by one man only, even if it had a high degree of automation.
Typically, rates on traditional home equity loans are more in line with longer-term rates, while credit lines are indexed to shorter-term rates.
Macchi will operate a coex blown film line with all-gearless motors from Siemens on three extruders, the oscillating hauloff, and five winder rolls.
The allocation of corporate staff to an entrepreneurial venture during its early stages could necessitate a very expensive benefit structure completely out of line with its business needs in terms of attracting employees or competing with established businesses.