Tense to Theology

Tense, a. Tight, stretched, strained, rigid, taught.

Tensile, a. Tensible, ductile.

Tension, n.

    1. Stretching, straining.
    2. Stiffness, tenseness, rigor, tensity.
    3. Strain, rigor, severe effort.
    4. Strain.
    5. (Phys.) Expansive force, elastic force.

Tent, n.

    1. Pavilion, portable lodge.
    2. Tent-wine.

Tentacle, n. Feeler.

Tentacula, n. pl. [L.] Feelers, tentacles.

Tentative, a. Trying, essaying, experimental, empirical, probative.

Tenth, n. Tithe.

Ten thousand. Myriad.

Tenuity, n.

    1. Thinness.
    2. Slenderness, fineness.
    3. Rarity, rareness, thinness.

Tenuous, a.

    1. Thin, slender, small, minute.
    2. Rare, thin, subtile.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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