Elastic vs. Gore

Elastic vs. Gore — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Elastic and Gore

Elasticadjective

Easily resuming original size or shape after being stretched or otherwise deformed; flexible.

Goreverb

To pierce or stab with a horn or tusk.

Elasticadjective

Relating to a collision in which the total kinetic energy is conserved.

Goreverb

To provide with a gore.

Elasticadjective

Quick to recover, as from disappointment; resilient

an elastic spirit.

Goreverb

To cut into a gore.

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Elasticadjective

Capable of being adapted to change or a variety of circumstances

"To say that morale is a highly unscientific and quite elastic concept would be an understatement" (Roger J. Spiller).

Gorenoun

A triangular or tapering piece of cloth forming a part of something, as in a skirt or sail.

Elasticadjective

(Economics) Of, relating to, or being a good for which changes in price have a large effect on the quantity demanded or supplied.

Gorenoun

A small triangular piece of land.

Elasticnoun

A flexible stretchable fabric made with interwoven strands of rubber or an imitative synthetic fiber.

Gorenoun

Blood, especially coagulated blood from a wound.

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Elasticnoun

An object made of this fabric.

Gorenoun

Blood, especially that from a wound when thickened due to exposure to the air.

Elasticnoun

A rubber band.

Gorenoun

Murder, bloodshed, violence.

Elasticadjective

Capable of stretching; particularly, capable of stretching so as to return to an original shape or size when force is released.

The rope is somewhat elastic, so expect it to give when you pull on it.

Gorenoun

Dirt; mud; filth.

Elasticadjective

Made of elastic.

elastic band

Gorenoun

A triangular piece of land where roads meet.

Elasticadjective

Of clothing, elasticated.

Gorenoun

(surveying) A small piece of land left unincorporated due to competing surveys or a surveying error.

Elasticadjective

(economics) Sensitive to changes in price.

Demand for entertainment is more elastic than demand for energy.

Gorenoun

The curved surface that lies between two close lines of longitude on a globe

Elasticadjective

springy; bouncy; vivacious

Gorenoun

A triangular or rhomboid piece of fabric, especially one forming part of a three-dimensional surface such as a sail, skirt, hot-air balloon, etc.Wp

Elasticadjective

Able to return quickly to a former state or condition, after being depressed or overtaxed; having power to recover easily from shocks and trials.

elastic spirits; an elastic constitution

Gorenoun

An elastic gusset for providing a snug fit in a shoe.

Elasticnoun

(uncountable) An elastic material used in clothing, particularly in waistbands and cuffs.

Running shorts use elastic to eliminate the need for a belt.

Gorenoun

A projecting point.

Elasticnoun

(countable) An elastic band.

Gorenoun

(heraldry) One of the abatements, made of two curved lines, meeting in an acute angle in the fesse point.

Elasticnoun

a narrow band of elastic rubber used to hold things (such as papers) together

Goreverb

To pierce with the horn.

The bull gored the matador.

Elasticnoun

an elastic fabric made of yarns containing an elastic material

Goreverb

To pierce with anything pointed, such as a spear.

Elasticadjective

capable of resuming original shape after stretching or compression; springy;

an elastic banda youthful and elastic walk

Goreverb

To cut in a triangular form.

Elasticadjective

able to adjust readily to different conditions;

an adaptable persona flexible personalityan elastic clause in a contract

Goreverb

To provide with a gore.

to gore an apron

Gorenoun

vice president of the United States under Bill Clinton (born in 1948)

Gorenoun

coagulated blood from a wound

Gorenoun

a triangular piece of cloth

Gorenoun

the shedding of blood resulting in murder;

he avenged the blood of his kinsmen

Goreverb

wound by piercing with a sharp or penetrating object or instrument

Goreverb

cut into gores;

gore a skirt