Tenability



adjective
1.
capable of being held, maintained, or defended, as against attack or dispute:
a tenable theory.
2.
capable of being occupied, possessed, held, or enjoyed, as under certain conditions:
a research grant tenable for two years.
adjective
1.
able to be upheld, believed, maintained, or defended

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  • Tenable

    adjective 1. capable of being held, maintained, or defended, as against attack or dispute: a tenable theory. 2. capable of being occupied, possessed, held, or enjoyed, as under certain conditions: a research grant tenable for two years. adjective 1. able to be upheld, believed, maintained, or defended

  • Tenace

    noun, Whist, Bridge. 1. a sequence of two high cards of the same suit that lack an intervening card to be in consecutive order, as the ace and queen. noun 1. (bridge, whist) a holding of two nonconsecutive high cards of a suit, such as the ace and queen



  • Tenacious

    adjective 1. holding fast; characterized by keeping a firm hold (often followed by of): a tenacious grip on my arm; tenacious of old habits. 2. highly retentive: a tenacious memory. 3. pertinacious, persistent, stubborn, or obstinate. 4. adhesive or sticky; viscous or glutinous. 5. holding together; cohesive; not easily pulled asunder; tough. adjective 1. holding […]

  • Tenaciously

    adjective 1. holding fast; characterized by keeping a firm hold (often followed by of): a tenacious grip on my arm; tenacious of old habits. 2. highly retentive: a tenacious memory. 3. pertinacious, persistent, stubborn, or obstinate. 4. adhesive or sticky; viscous or glutinous. 5. holding together; cohesive; not easily pulled asunder; tough. adjective 1. holding […]



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