- An example of frontline is a row of soldiers first in line for battle; frontline soldiers.
- An example of frontline is a leading player on a sports team; frontline pitcher.
The definition of frontline is a person or thing that is a part of a leading position.
nounalso front line
- A front or boundary, especially one between military, political, or ideological positions.
- Basketball See frontcourt.
- Football The linemen of a team.
- Sports The players who play farthest forward, as in volleyball.
- Located or used at a military front.
- Of or relating to the most advanced or important position or activity in a field or undertaking: “elicited candid revelations from many of the front-line executives … and doggedly followed the money trail down all its byways” ( Steve Fraser )
- Sports a. Of or relating to the frontline.b. Being a member of the regular team; first-string: a team in need of a frontline catcher.
- Performing the most basic tasks or interacting directly with customers, patients, or clients: a frontline caregiver; frontline caseworkers.
- Alternative spelling of front line.
- Advantage works by killing adult fleas, while Frontline kills fleas at multiple life stages and also kills ticks that can carry Lyme disease.
- The Pets' Guide from WebMD suggests using Advantage, Frontline or Program to safely and effectively control fleas on cats.
- It is also my understanding that Frontline kills the fleas that bite your dog, but it doesn't actually repel them.
- Ticks also enjoy human hosts, so it's important to have your dog on a tick control program such as Frontline.
- Frontline Flea & Tick Control has the ability to kill 100 percent of fleas within 12 hours of applying.