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eke (old-fashioned) to stretch or supplement with effort or care (usu. fol. by "out"). [1/2 definitions]
extend to put out or stretch out (an arm, hand, or other part of the body). [3/8 definitions]
extensor a muscle that serves to stretch or straighten part of the body, esp. an arm or a leg.
fairway the stretch of mowed grass between the tee and the green on each hole of a golf course. [1/2 definitions]
ford a shallow stretch in a river or other body of water that can be crossed without a boat or raft. [1/2 definitions]
landscape a stretch of scenery, usu. rural, that is visible from one viewpoint. [1/5 definitions]
lawn1 a stretch or plot of ground planted with grass or other low-growing ground covers and usu. mowed short.
legroom space sufficient for one to stretch out or change the position of one's legs comfortably while sitting.
limber to cause the body, joints, or muscles to bend or stretch easily, as by exercises (usu. fol. by up). [2/4 definitions]
outspread to spread or stretch out; extend. [1/3 definitions]
outstretch to stretch or stretch out. [1/2 definitions]
overstretch combined form of stretch.
rip2 a stretch or current of rough water in a river or at sea.
roll to stretch out over an area in wavelike formations. [1/32 definitions]
span1 the extent, stretch, or reach between two points or limits. [2/9 definitions]
speed trap a stretch of road where police officers and radar devices are concealed in order to catch speeders.
spread a stretch of open space; expanse. [1/18 definitions]
straightaway a straight course or stretch, as in a race track. [1/4 definitions]
strain1 to pull or stretch to a high degree of tension. [1/16 definitions]
stretchable combined form of stretch.
stretchy tending to stretch excessively. [1/2 definitions]