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elasticated

Line breaks: elas¦ti|cated
Pronunciation: /ɪˈlastɪkeɪtɪd
 
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Definition of elasticated in English:

adjective

British
(Of a garment or material) made elastic by the insertion of rubber thread or tape: trousers with elasticated waists
More example sentences
  • If you do walk away trailing elasticated gum, it's worse, and a tough cleaning job.
  • A useful tip for making up squid and mackerel sandwich baits is to take a spool of elasticated cotton with you and use it to tie the head of the squid to the line above the eye of the hook before inserting the hook.
  • Women with sensible bobs grinned despite their elasticated skirts.

Words that rhyme with elasticated

uncomplicated

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