elasticity

[ ih-la-stis-i-tee, ee-la-stis- ]SEE DEFINITION OF elasticity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELASTICITY

Also Franks was beginning to feel or to fancy his strength and elasticity not quite what they had been.

Very many years of toil had taken the elasticity out of step and voice.

As she fell, the elasticity of the vines began slowly to drag her back with them.

Thus the elasticity of the air determines the velocity of sound in it.

So if rate of speed and elasticity be known, the density may be computed.

There are really two kinds of elasticity, which have nothing to do with each other.

It is elasticity of form that most people mean when they talk about elasticity.

Jelly and steel and glass have a great deal of elasticity of form.

"You are the talk of the town," he said, recovering his elasticity of spirit as he went on.

Ardour, elasticity, strength returned to the Army of the Shenandoah.

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