Common misspellings for elastic:
eltic, elisite, autstic, palstic, plstic, balistic, plastick, alantic, wholisitic, classtic, malacetic, realiztic, holisitic, bilistic, reaelistic, arlantic, elextric, reallistic, alsodid, plastc, elasic, eliptic, blastic, relaistic, olicipic, realistinc, ethuastic, ralistic, elastimeric, schlastic, holsitic, realestic, realisctic, eplastic, wholestic, plasctic, alastic, ealstin, elistic, realisyic, electic, elcectic, relatistic, elsctric, plastoic, elast, bplastic, plastipak, plastig, idolistic, valsidik, lastic, elisabeck, realstic, listig, plasticky, plastuc, elastice, anasetic, plasitc, reilistic, glowstick, plasstic, euthusastic, unrelistic, elastc, eleastic, relistic, elastec, plasrtic, plastik, realitstic, gluestick, ecstaic, realsitic, ultasonic, elesticy, ellectic, solstic, animlastic, euthisastic, sylistic, eletic, elastomic, elastane, belistic, alastor, albanistic, realsitc, ethusitic, realastic, playstic, elertic, ealistic, exautic, almostg, wholistic, alastair, alasdair, holostic, eblematic, ecsatic, elascitc, alksdj, neoplasitc, relalistic, anastic, elost, plastique, unrealstic, elasticy, realistick, ballastic, ethuiastic, obsteuic, realitistic, enthusatic, autsitic, elactic, plastyic, holestic, realtistic, elatic, unrealastic, elstic, wholeistic, lastig, relasitic, realiastic, elestic, exatic, artstic, platstic, realizitic, plasitic, elasticty, ellyptic, esatic, bellistic, elcetric, holstic, allantic, relastic, exatc, pplastic, eceltic, hoalistic, idiolistic, atlhetic, electeic, unrelastic, ethusastic, anastigia, realisiticly, releastic, elastine, realisitic, egostic, alaazoterec, alarmistic, balastic, devilistic, duelistic, elaastic, lastique, elasticiy, alastics, elastameric, elcetive, elctirc, elisit, eposidic, plastlc, realistiic, sholastic, unrelaistic, wlastic, slastic, dlastic, rlastic, 4lastic, 3lastic, ekastic, epastic, eoastic, elzstic, elsstic, elwstic, elqstic, elaatic, elaztic, elaxtic, eladtic, elaetic, elawtic, elasric, elasfic, elasgic, elasyic, elas6ic, elas5ic, elastuc, elastjc, elastkc, elastoc, elast9c, elast8c, elastix, elastiv, elastif, elastid, welastic, ewlastic, selastic, eslastic, delastic, edlastic, erlastic, 4elastic, e4lastic, 3elastic, e3lastic, eklastic, elkastic, elpastic, eolastic, eloastic, elzastic, elazstic, elsastic, elasstic, elwastic, elawstic, elqastic, elaqstic, elasatic, elasztic, elaxstic, elasxtic, eladstic, elasdtic, elaestic, elasetic, elaswtic, elasrtic, elastric, elasftic, elastfic, elasgtic, elastgic, elasytic, elastyic, elas6tic, elast6ic, elas5tic, elast5ic, elastuic, elastiuc, elastjic, elastijc, elastkic, elastikc, elastoic, elastioc, elast9ic, elasti9c, elast8ic, elasti8c, elastixc, elasticx, elastivc, elasticv, elastifc, elasticf, elastidc, elasticd, eastic, elasti, leastic, ealstic, elsatic, elatsic, elasitc, elastci, eelastic, ellastic, elasttic, elastiic, elasticc, elastic, ulastic, mlastic, glastic, edastic, ehastic, enastic, emastic, elcstic, ela3tic, elaqtic, elartic, elas4ic, elasdic, elaspic, elasvic, elasuic, elastyc, elastac, elastmc, elasthc, elastis, elastik, elastig, elastia, elastib, elastayec, elasteyec, e lastic, el astic, ela stic, elas tic, elast ic, elasti c.
Definition of elastic:
- a narrow band of elastic rubber used to hold things ( such as papers) together
- An elastic woven fabric, as a belt, braces or suspenders, etc., made in part of India rubber.
- An elastic woven cloth made in part of India rubber.
- A band of elastic material.
- capable of resuming original shape after stretching or compression; springy; " an elastic band"; " a youthful and elastic walk"
- Springing back; having a power or inherent property of returning to the form from which a substance is bent, drawn, pressed, or twisted; springy; having the power of rebounding; as, a bow is elastic; the air is elastic; India rubber is elastic.
- Able to return quickly to a former state or condition, after being depressed or overtaxed; having power to recover easily from shocks and trials; as, elastic spirits; an elastic constitution.
- Springing back; having the power of returning to its original form; rebounding; springy; capable of extension.
- Having the property of returning to the original shape after being compressed, bent, or otherwise distorted.
- Springy; having a tendency to return to the original form.
- Spontaneously returning to its original shape; springy; accommodating; buoyant.
- Springing back; having the power to return to the form from which it is bent, drawn, or pressed.