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  • v. To add or wrap an elastic around something.


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  • I don't claim to be an oil industry expert and I certainly don't try to 'elasticate the truth' as you say.

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  • I believe you do not want to elasticate the truth, but still, I see things are told in this blog, by you and your "collegues", in a way which makes them sound more dramatic than they might be.

    Greenpeace UK - Comments

  • Beauty scoop: Seconds before the show started, Neil snipped the elasticate band on the models 'plaits, allowing them to unravel slightly.

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