Meaning of distensible in English:

distensible

Pronunciation /dɪˈstɛnsɪb(ə)l/

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adjective

See distend

‘These veins are very thin walled and distensible.’
  • ‘Krachie and company are arguing, essentially, that a belly of fat is more compressive than skin and muscle are distensible.’
  • ‘The thicker and less distensible the arteries are, the greater the load on the heart.’
  • ‘It has an immense bill, and in breeding season its distensible gular pouch is olive to red.’
  • ‘Younger people have a highly distensible aorta, which expands during systole and minimises any subsequent rise in blood pressure.’