groundline

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groundline (plural groundlines)

  1. (art) A line drawn to signify the surface of the ground, especially in architectural blueprints and in drawings by children which lack dimension.
  2. In equestrian show jumping, a marker such as a row of flowers which signifies the point from which a horse should begin a jump over an obstacle.

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