from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Made with strands or inserts of elastic: slacks with an elasticized waistband.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of elasticize.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. made with strands or inserts of elastic, allowing it to stretch; -- of fabrics.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. made with strands or inserts of elastic
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Tie it right and the elasticized ends of the sock hang free for either sock.
Her restless hands were fascinated with the hard sinew and bone of his naked shoulders, his flesh warm and vital to her touch, the elasticized band around his ribs always reminding her of his injuries.
Known for elasticized trim that looks soft but digs into heels.
For a change, this year I'm not going to fool around with a list of resolutions to alter my behavior, resolutions that have always been elasticized by my characteristic rationalization.
It is a makeshift thing he worked up from an elasticized band he sliced out of the bottom of one of his sweatpants legs.
It can be eaten wearing comfortable clothes preferably with an elasticized waist.
Among countless innovations, Obermeyer was first to develop mirrored ski sunglasses, the nylon wind-shirt, the dual layer ski boot, turtle necks with elasticized collars, and along with Friedel Pfeifer developed the first high-altitude suntan lotion.
The recent college graduate chose this Forever 21 T-shirt dress for its eye-catching graphic print and elasticized waist, which gives her the nipped-in silhouette she prefers.
At first, I was puzzled watching the stage fill with strips of fabric connecting the dancers in complicated layers of elasticized relationships.
It was not a face veil, but it covered her hair and shoulders; it was white and lacy and elasticized so it fit snuggly over her head.