meander line

Definition of "meander line"
  1. An irregularly plotted line used in surveying that indicates the edge of a body of water, employed to calculate nearby property dimensions but not to specify property boundaries
How to use "meander line" in a sentence
  1. The surveyor used a meander line to plot the property dimensions adjacent to the lake.
  2. The meander line technique allowed the survey crew to accurately size up the property near the river, without setting boundary lines.
  3. In a land surveying task, the surveyor adopted the meander line method to evaluate the land mass close to the ocean.

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