In a (linux) terminal, sometimes it is less important to see line endings, but more important not to clutter the line startings. e.g.
line1 sddd dd ddd line2 sdafss ss s line 3 da aaaa aa
line1 sddd dd ddd dd dddd dd line2 sdafss ss s s ss line 3 da aaaa aa
is there a way to "cut" or "hide" line ending at the end of the terminal's window, in the same manner as "less -S" does, but for kind-of-normal output?