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- dail hirhirgulelongateselongating
Verb(1) make long or longer by pulling and stretching
Adjective(1) (of a leaf shape(2) having notably more length than width; being long and slender
(1) One of the most prominent characteristics of early vertebrates is the elongate caudal fin bearing fin rays.(2) The medial process is very elongate proximally and extends well posterior of the articular surface of the head.(3) The forelimbs are elongate and are positioned ventrally.(4) Fertile fronds have clusters of elongate sporangia that partially replace pinnules.(5) Conodonts were mostly small, elongate , eel-shaped marine animals that inhabited a variety of environments in Paleozoic and Triassic seas.(6) At this point, 60% of the cells had large buds that continued to elongate with prolonged incubation.(7) Snaps appear on the hip of an A-line skirt, or straight down both sides of the front panel of a skirt to elongate or shorten the slit.(8) Each is comprised of two or three elongated strips of material stretching from above eye level and continuing near the ground.(9) They are supposed to revolve around the theme Nature and Man but some of them are so esoteric, like the busts of four elongated figures sitting around a candle, that we could not relate them to the theme.(10) For example, as the deposition of lignins limits plant cell wall extension, lignification must be regulated so that it occurs after a cell has elongated so as not to impinge on plant growth.(11) And so, as K takes up the camera on my behalf, my face miraculously elongates itself.(12) Rows of fine, tall terraces surround elongated grassy squares, with paths running through and around them.(13) His neck was elongated with a black posture collar.(14) In contrast to aerobic germination where the radicle emerged first and both root and shoot growth were observed, only the shoot emerged and elongated during the entire anaerobic incubation period.(15) These elongated streetcars with their accordion-like midsection are able to hold a maximum of 205 passengers.(16) Her neck is elongated beyond the bounds of anatomical correctness - an attribute of young, innocent female beauty in the artistic vocabulary of the time.
(1) elongate :: dail hir
1. lengthen ::
2. prolong ::
3. stretch ::
4. linear ::
1. abbreviate ::
2. abridge ::
3. curtail ::
4. cut ::
5. shorten ::
Different Formselongate, elongated, elongates, elongating
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