elastique

noun elas·tique \ˌāˌlaˈstēk\

Definition of elastique

plural

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  1. :  a firm fabric resembling cavalry twill that is usually made of wool or worsted and is used for uniforms and sportswear

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Origin and Etymology of elastique

French élastique elastic (adjective and noun), from New Latin elasticus expansive, impulsive — more at elastic


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