- v make long or longer by pulling and stretching
- s (of a leaf shape) long and narrow
- s having notably more length than width; being long and slender
an elongate tail tapering to a point
the old man's gaunt and elongated frame
- Chanel, whose hand-sewn shoes take more than two days and 100 steps to make, based its classic two-tone flats on the beige-and-black pumps Coco designed to elongate the appearance .
- I'm trying to elongate the evening.
- The creature's arms elongate into gleaming spikes that impale people and latch onto moving cars.
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- HEELS ON WHEELS: 2013 MINI PACEMAN REVIEW
INTRO TO THE PACEMAN VEHICLE The MINI lineup has grown in character over the last couple years, with the all-new Paceman representing what happens when you elongate the doors and raise the shoulder line on the iconic hatchback to turn it into a two-door coupe with all-wheel drive.
July 5, 2013 - The Auto Channel
- Jessica Simpson in New York Daily News
Whether wearing rings to elongate your neck in Thailand or having plastic surgery in Brazil, women all over the world go to [great] lengths to feel beautiful,Simpson says of the show. "It's not fair that women look in the mirror and feel...
- Janet Napolitano in KTAR.com
Yeah, we have to change our path a little bit,Napolitano told reporters last week. "We may have to elongate some things longer than we would have wished just like any family would do in a budget situation like this, but we don't just shut...
- Celine Dion in New York Times
I'm trying to elongate the evening,Ms. Dion said in the two-hour final show, during which she went through seven costume changes and several speeches about her career and family.