into line

into line  {adv. phr.}
1. Into agreement.
The department's spending was brought into line with the budget.
2. Under control.
Independent congressmen were brought into line by warnings that jobs for their friends would be kept back.
The players who had broken training rules fell into line when the coach warned them that they would he put off the team.
Categories: adverb

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