the state of being tense; tenseness.
a rare word for tension (sense 1), tension (sense 2), tension (sense 3)
adjective 1. stretching or straining. adjective 1. of or causing tension or strain
noun 1. a Provençal poem taking the form of a dialogue or debate between two rival troubadours.
noun 1. Anatomy. a muscle that stretches or tightens some part of the body. 2. Mathematics. a mathematical entity with components that change in a particular way in a transformation from one coordinate system to another. noun 1. (anatomy) any muscle that can cause a part to become firm or tense 2. (maths) a set […]
noun 1. the branch of mathematics dealing with the calculus of tensors, especially the study of properties that are unaffected by a change of coordinate system.