Thesaurus / inelasticity
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First, the state is relatively inelastic, meaning that it tends not to swing as much as the country as a whole does.
WILL GEORGIA TURN BLUE?NATE SILVER (NRSILVER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)OCTOBER 14, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The most serious evils of inelasticity in this country are seen in connection with the annual handling of the crops.
READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS
As the body ages, certain changes usually take place in the arteries leading to thickening and inelasticity of their walls.
ARTERIOSCLEROSIS AND HYPERTENSION:LOUIS MARSHALL WARFIELD
The inelasticity of it hampered sociability—and there grew on one, too, a sense of unfitness.
The most frequent criticism by immigrant leaders interviewed is the inelasticity of the public-school methods.
NEW HOMES FOR OLDSOPHONISBA PRESTON BRECKINRIDGE
One of its great advantages is its inelasticity, which prevents the overrunning of gear worked by it.
Inelasticity, too, in the forms of currency most needed for small transactions, has made very real difficulties for us.
THE VALUE OF MONEYBENJAMIN M. ANDERSON, JR.
Despite the inelasticity of his mind, he vaguely realised his bridegroom honours.
EMILY FOX-SETONFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
The subsequent changes then produce thickening and inelasticity.
ARTERIOSCLEROSIS AND HYPERTENSION:LOUIS MARSHALL WARFIELD
Tendons, because of their inelasticity, are subjected to injuries peculiar to themselves.
LAMENESS OF THE HORSEJOHN VICTOR LACROIX

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