- adj. capable of being extended
- adj. capable of being lengthened
“PANAJI - Indian missions have been advised to issue long-term extendable visas, and not short duration tourist visas, to Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) who are keen on visiting”
“Manband used to be a respectable term, referring to the extendable waist that allowed a trouser to be loosened after a hearty plate of pasta and mash.”
“Nyko's version has the same kind of extendable stock in the back, and for lefties also includes the ability to twist the sub-controller grip slightly to the left.”
“It shouldn't need a new GUI, but the tiles etc are "extendable".”
“The fund is for an initial period of two years and is "extendable," said the sources.”
“It also receives high marks for rugged options like extendable side steps, a tailgate ladder and a tailgate assist.”
“Police had found an extendable baton and a knuckleduster in his Mercedes after being called to his Plymouth home following allegations he hit his former wife, although no charges were pressed in relation to the assault allegation.”
“Farrell, 29, who served as a sniper with the marines in conflicts including Iraq, Afghanistan and Kosovo, has a conviction for possessing an extendable baton and a knuckleduster that he did not disclose to the production company that makes the show.”
“The drugs were under the sink, along with some CS gas bought in France, a hunting knife, some scales and an extendable baton.”
“Mandarina Duck thinks of everything — fabulous color, shoe and laundry bags, dividers for shirts and lighter clothes, extendable handles for transportation, wheels that work and, most importantly, a light, durable frame covered in nylon and polyurethane they do leather too.”
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