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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishelongatede‧lon‧gat‧ed /ˈiːlɒŋɡeɪtɪd $ ɪˈlɒːŋ-/ adjective  LONGlonger than normal The picture shows two elongated figures dancing.
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elongatedWith this syndrome, the body is tall and thin, the limbs are elongated, as are the toes and fingers.The lizard's body is thin and elongated, enabling it to squeeze into cracks and crevices.It has a slender torpedo-shaped body with slightly elongated finnage.Eucalyptus trees grow very tall and have elongated leaves.Of these elongated seats those contoured to give good support to the thighs and buttocks were most popular.The elongated seats were much preferred.The candle cast its elongated shadow across the wall.The flesh was thinly spread upon the elongated skull, the motionless hands were bony claws.The shape of the elongated spiky dorsal fin is reflected in the sweep of the flowing ventral fins.Transtab A further development of Transpower, incorporating an elongated stability element.Their secret lies in their enormously elongated toes, which spread their weight over a wide area of lily leaf.
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