Definition for EN-FI-LADE'

EN-FI-LADE', n. [Fr. a row, from en and fil, a thread, L. filum, Sp. hilo.]

A line or straight passage; or the situation of a place which may be seen or scoured with shot all the length of a line, or in the direction of a line. Johnson. Bailey.

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