handline
Noun

handline (plural handlines)

  1. (angling) A single fishing line without a rod, but usually attached to a reel, held in the hands.
  2. A firefighting hose held and directed by a team of people.
Verb

handline (handlines, present participle handlining; past and past participle handlined)

  1. (angling) To fish with a single fishing line held in the hands.



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