On the line

Definition of On the line

on a level with the eye of the spectator; - said of a picture, as hung in an exhibition of pictures.
at risk (dependent upon success) in a contest or enterprise; as, the survival of the company is on the line in this project.

See also: Line Line

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On shore
On sufferance
On tap
on the air
On the alert
on the ball
On the beam
On the bow
On the cards
on the coattails of
On the contrary
On the docket
on the dole
On the European plan
On the fly
On the go
On the hoof
On the jar
on the job
On the lee beam
-On the line-
on the lookout for
On the make
on the mend
On the nail
On the neck of
on the nose
on the pad
On the point
On the quarter
on the rag
On the road
On the shady side of
On the spot
On the square
On the square with
on the street
On the strength of
on the stump
On the tapis
On the volley
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