Lined up (slang)
Type: noun, slang
Also spelled or known as: Lined-up
Related: Line up
What does Lined up mean?
1. To have had your hairline cleaned and straightened.
Lined up Synonyms: Shaped up
2. Planned or scheduled.
3. To have gotten shot or killed.
Lined up Synonyms: Murked
Example sentence: “We have a couple shows lined up this week.”
Lined up in songs:
“Momma won’t see her son again, we call that blind love I can’t trust these niggas, they’ll get you lined up” – Meek Mill, 100 Summers.
“Top blew off, loafers in teal Get lined up like homeless meals” – Danny Brown, Terrorist Threats.
“Lined up at the barber father talking ’bout the worlds a ‘lotta trouble” – No Wyld, Odyssey.
“Gotta watch my own homies on the roster Cause this the type of money’ll get your lined up” – Meek Mill, We Ball.