from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A synthetic fiber or fabric made from a polymer containing polyurethane, used in the manufacture of elastic clothing.
- adj. Of or relating to spandex or its elastic qualities.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a synthetic fibre known for its exceptional elasticity
- n. clothing made from such material
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an elastic synthetic fabric
Some people find men running around in spandex pants with feathers on them and no shirt a tad extreme for kids to be looking up to.
Is it the music or the snakeskin spandex britches?
The rest were in spandex and costumes (many without helmets): Darwin runner ups for sure.
When the surface area of the body covered in spandex exceeds 30 percent, the person becomes a "cyclist".
Nothing says Shakespeare better than modern-day superheroes bumping uglies in spandex, eh?
Creepy “It” clown or Josh in spandex throwing a football?
Of course you can still buy the Marvel and DC funnybooks with heroes in spandex costumes, which I love, but even they are trying to tell deeper, more compelling and more human stories instead of concentrating on the bad-guy beating of the week.
Just imagining Cantor and Boner in spandex and sequins with glorified flashlights dancing through the chambers.
All I know is that they will have someone of the female persuasion in spandex and short shorts.
No one can tell who your are or what kind of wife you would be by your body outlined tightly in spandex, but your face should be your focus.
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