Definition of Hypertense

1. Adjective. Extremely tense. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Hypertense

1. [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Hypertense

hypersymmetrical
hypersymmetry
hypersystole
hypersystolic
hypertalented
hypertask
hypertasks
hypertax
hypertaxes
hypertechnical
hypertelescope
hypertelescopes
hypertelorism
hypertelorisms
hypertense (current term)
hypertensin
hypertensinogen
hypertension
hypertensions
hypertensive
hypertensive angiopathy
hypertensive arteriopathy
hypertensive arteriosclerosis
hypertensive encephalopathy
hypertensive retinopathy
hypertensively
hypertensives
hypertensor
hypertestoidism

Literary usage of Hypertense

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1897)
"... or unpleasant symptoms apparent, why interfere or attempt to control its action merely because the pulse is hypertense as compared with the normal? ..."

2. Arterial hypertonus, sclerosis and blood pressure by William Russell (1908)
"... over-distension acts upon the vagal terminals, and the heart is slowed, to give time for the hypertense aorta to be relieved by the passage onwards of ..."

3. Nervous and mental disease monograph series (1918)
"As an affect-producing mechanism, the hypertense autonomic division may be said to be repressed when it is not permitted to make the organism conscious or ..."

4. Psychopathology by Edward John Kempf (1920)
"The hypertense autonomic segments and their ungratified cravings are able, during the delirium, to dominate and cause awareness or consciousness of images ..."

5. The Autonomic Functions and the Personality by Edward John Kempf (1921)
"As an affect-producing mechanism, the hypertense autonomic division may be said to be repressed when it is not permitted to make the organism conscious or ..."

6. Psychoanalysis and behavior by André Tridon (1920)
"... tive apparatus is forced into a state of hypertension through the necessities of metabolism or endogenous or exogenous stimuli, the hypertense seg- ..."

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