elastic[ ih-las-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF elastic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELASTIC
No elastic or steel bands around the body or between the legs.
There is no limit to this kind of application of so elastic a theory.
It was heavy, rubbery, and elastic, stretching readily as he pulled it.
It is hard like metal and as elastic as pure original gum elastic.
Sporangia plane, umbilicate, attached to the wall by an elastic cord.
The elastic's all worn loose and it's li'ble to drop into your tea or anywheres else.
Look at their beloved bellies, so smooth, so elastic, so resonant!
Knead this dough until it is soft and elastic, and free from stickiness.
Then, drawing it out, a convex slit was shown in the elastic turf.
Her step, once bounding and elastic, became slow and uncertain.
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