Definition of Tentered

1. Verb. (past of tenter) ¹



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Definition of Tentered

1. tenter [v] - See also: tenter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tentered

tentaculum
tentage
tentages
tentation
tentative
tentative wound
tentative wounds
tentatively
tentativeness
tentativenesses
tentatives
tented
tenten
tentens
tenter
tentered (current term)
tenterhook
tenterhooks
tentering
tenters
tentful
tentfuls
tenth
tenth-value layer
tenth century
tenth cranial nerve
tenth grade
tenth grades
tenth part
tenthly

Literary usage of Tentered

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1. Phillip Stubbes's Anatomy of the Abuses in England in Shakspere's Youth, A by Phillip Stubbes, Thomas Neogeorgus, Gervase Babington (1879)
"Now, it being thus tentered at his hands, and after at the Drapers handes, I pray you how mould this cloth be ought, or endure long? Our Goldsmiths Theod. ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1818)
"... no less than 36 pieces of cloth, and warps, can be sized, tentered, and dried; and at the same time a very large quantity of wool can be dried also. ..."

3. Words, Facts, and Phrases: A Dictionary of Curious, Quaint, & Out-of-the-way by Eliezer Edwards (1882)
"Cloth, after being woven, is tentered or stretched by means of hooks passed through ... A tent is a lodging-place made of canvas ' tentered' or stretched. ..."

4. Journal by Chartered Insurance Institute (1902)
"The wet piece is then dried and tentered in the steam ... whilst being tentered, is dried by means of the exhaust fan and chamber at a much lower ..."

5. The Statutes at Large from the Magna Charta, to the End of the Eleventh by Great Britain (1763)
"... beyond the feas, mail be found to have been formerly tentered, ... the fame was fo tentered, drained or ..."

6. Woollen and Worsted Cloth Manufacture: Being a Practical Treatise for the by Roberts Beaumont (1890)
"... cloth is again raised and then washed in clean water, when it is tentered and dried and taken to the gig for dry raising to facilitate cutting. ..."

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