Definition of demarcation:
lineage, limit point, blood line, note, terminal point, air, bloodline, production line, line of merchandise, melodic line, subscriber line, line, origin, melodic phrase, strain, dividing line, personal credit line, argument, rail line, line of reasoning, melody, course, pipeline, limitation, terminus ad quem, line of credit, point of accumulation, line of work, descent, line of descent, short letter, telephone line, demarcation line, wrinkle, crinkle, job, tune, ancestry, agate line, communication channel, business, division, stemma, railway line, cable, boundary, personal line of credit, credit line, limit, logical argument, seam, assembly line, pedigree, direct contrast, phone line, bound, crease, line of business, parentage, blood, telephone circuit, split, furrow, argumentation, bank line, stock, contrast, transmission line, occupation, product line, billet, definition, business line, line of products, channel.
The intelligence which was manifest in the beasts bore such a close resemblance to that of man, in the childhood and youth of the world, that it is not to be wondered at, if our forefathers failed to detect the line of demarcation drawn between instinct and reason.- "The Book of Were-Wolves", Sabine Baring-Gould.
- "Wagner's Tristan und Isolde", George Ainslie Hight.
- "More Hunting Wasps", J. Henri Fabre.