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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbeelinebee‧line /ˈbiːlaɪn/ noun   make a beeline for somebody/something
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beelineGaming areas were half-empty, but gamblers made a beeline for the slots and tables at halftime.I'd have thought you would have made a beeline for Brimmer's safe.He made a beeline for the rich cousin.After school the following afternoon, Alf Norris and I made a beeline to see the damage.If your breakfast budget is two bucks, make a beeline for Saritas's in Grand Central Market.She makes a beeline for Perry.Through the binoculars I thought I made out an animal stretched out on the beach on a beeline from my window.
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