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Lariat vs. Clothesline

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Lariatnoun

A lasso.

Clotheslinenoun

A rope or cord tied up outdoors to hang clothes on so they can dry.

β€˜Hang this towel out on the clothesline for me.’;

Lariatnoun

A tether.

Clotheslinenoun

A structure with multiple cords for the same purpose, such as a Hills hoist.

Lariatnoun

(wrestling) An attack where the wrestler runs towards an opponent, wraps his arm around their upper chest and neck and then forces them to the ground.

Clotheslinenoun

The act of knocking a person over by striking his or her upper body or neck with one's arm, as if he or she had run into a low clothesline.

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Lariatverb

(transitive) To lasso.

Clotheslineverb

To knock (a person) over by striking his or her upper body or neck with one's arm, as if he or she had run into a low clothesline.

β€˜The referee called a personal foul, when he clotheslined the running back.’;

Lariatnoun

A long, slender rope made of hemp or strips of hide, esp. one with a noose; - used as a lasso for catching cattle, horses, etc., and for picketing a horse so that he can graze without wandering.

Clotheslinenoun

A rope or wire on which clothes are hung to dry.

Lariatverb

To secure with a lariat fastened to a stake, as a horse or mule for grazing; also, to lasso or catch with a lariat.

Clotheslinenoun

a cord on which clothes are hung to dry

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Lariatnoun

a long noosed rope used to catch animals

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