Definition of "lineup"
  1. A process where police place a suspect among similar-looking individuals, then ask a crime witness if the suspect was at the scene of the crime
How to use "lineup" in a sentence
  1. The victim was asked to identify the robber from the lineup at the police station.
  2. In the case of mistaken identity, the witness pointed out the wrong individual in the lineup.
  3. The police had to organize a fair lineup to ascertain the identity of the thief.

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