We introduce the class of linearly S-closed spaces as a proper subclass of linearly H-closed spaces. This property lies between S-closedness and countable S-closedness. A space is called linearly S-closed if and only if any semi-open chain cover posses a member dense in the space. It is shown that in the class of extremally disconnected spaces the class of linearly H-closed spaces and linearly S-closed spaces coincide. We gave characterizations of these spaces in terms of s-accumulation points of chain filter bases and complete s-accumulation points of families of open subsets. While regular S-closed spaces are compact there is a non compact, regular, linearly S-closed space. It is shown that a Hausdorff, first countable, linearly S-closed space is extremally disconnected. Moreover, in the class of first countable, regular, compact spaces the notions of S-closedness, linearly S-closedness and extremally disconnectedness are equivalent. Some cardinality bounds for this class of spaces are obtained. Several examples are provided to illustrate our results.