Definition of Tensities

1. tensity [n] - See also: tensity



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tensities

tension
tension curve
tension headache
tension pneumothorax
tension suture
tension wrench
tension wrenches
tensional
tensionally
tensioned
tensioner
tensioners
tensioning
tensionless
tensions
tensities (current term)
tensity
tensive
tensome
tensomes
tensometer
tensometers
tenson
tensons
tensor
tensor fascia lata
tensor fasciae latae
tensor muscle of fascia lata
tensor muscle of soft palate
tensor muscle of tympanic membrane

Literary usage of Tensities

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1. The Elasticity and Resistance of the Materials of Engineering by William Hubert Burr (1915)
"Those con- ions may be expressed by stating that the sum of the two tensities p and h, ie, (p+h), is a constant for given tensities of pressure. ..."

2. The Principles of Psychology by William James (1890)
"The discrepancy from both figures is enormous, but is least large from the midway figure or arithmetical mean of the two extreme in- tensities.t Finally, ..."

3. The Principles of Psychology by William James (1890)
"... in- tensities.f Finally, the stars have from time immemorial been arranged in ' magnitudes' supposed to differ by equal- seeming intervals. ..."

4. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1922)
"... but became • i tensities. It will therefore be a surprise o applied science of light to learn that time between mercury vapor light and ..."

5. The Principles of Psychology by William James (1918)
"The discrepancy from both figures is enormous, but is least large from the midway figure or arithmetical mean of the two extreme in- tensities.t Finally, ..."

6. Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature (1907)
"R, O, Y, G, B, V, initial letter» of colors. tensities according to the length of the wave. Thus long waves will excite most strongly fibres sensitive to ..."

7. Modern Essays by Christopher Morley (1921)
"... playing, as no one would have dreamed she could play, the finer in~ tensities of Wieniawski and Moussorgsky, shook all sense of responsibility from me. ..."

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