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- adj. extensive in length
- adj. stretched
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of elongate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having a length noticeably longer than the width.
- adj. rendered longer.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. drawn out or made longer spatially
- adj. having notably more length than width; being long and slender
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The expression elongated his face, giving him a gaunt look accentuated by his perpetually startled brown eyes.
Rocks consist of gravel ridges and are best described as elongated whale-shaped hills formed by glacial actions (Drumlins) The higher planes of Chorley and Leyland indicate that the underlying rocks have emerged from this drift.
Agreen laser pointer from Warnlaser has the best centralized light dot and the most beautiful green beam which can be seen, like a green sword elongated by David Copperfield, in the midst of the firmament in the night.
Specifically, the Kissinger patent shows a pull rod extending into a channeled horizontal track to guide the screen panel-in other words, an elongated member extending into screen tracks.
Among the elongated are the film-opening combat, Tony and Rhodes 'plane ride, and a post-climactic chat featuring Tony and foe on their backs.
I heard her just fine, but she reported that my speech was somehow "elongated" and that I "sounded like one of those cartoon" voices.
I personally think that anything longer than ten episodes, we're throwing other things into this season, such as elongated flashbacks of Robert's Rebellion, etc.
It gave his face a lean, rather surprisingly attractive ascetic look—the look of long-distance runners, saints, martyrs, and fanatics, the kind of elongated, soulful face that El Greco painted so hauntingly.
The jambins are a kind of elongated eel-pot in which they catch more, especially lobsters and red garnet.
The Monitor, then, is simply a flat-bottomed wooden vessel, wide in the middle and narrowing towards the ends, forming a kind of elongated oval, over which has been laid