Definition of Tenser

1. Adjective. (comparative of tense) ¹



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Definition of Tenser

1. tense [adj] - See also: tense

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tenser

tens
tensal
tenscore
tense
tense part of the tympanic membrane
tense pulse
tense system
tense up
tensed
tensegrities
tensegrity
tenseless
tensely
tenseness
tensenesses
tenser (current term)
tenses
tensest
tensibility
tensible
tensibly
tenside
tensides
tensies
tensile
tensile strain
tensile strength
tensile stress
tensiled
tensilely

Literary usage of Tenser

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1. The Grammar School Speller: Containing Rules for Spelling, with Numerous by William W. Smith (1871)
"Sour wine or cider. SALTPETER (salt-pe'-ter), n. Niter; nitrate of potash. CONDUCTOR (kon-duk'-tur), n. A leader; a guide. SUBTENSE (sub-tenser), n. ..."

2. Theatre Arts by Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit (1921)
"From the first opening moments The Skin Game is a much tenser play than any other Mr. ... tenser, because it launches us straight into personal conflict. ..."

3. Shakspere as a Playwright by Brander Matthews (1913)
"... thus confirming what the Ghost had told Hamlet, the interest of the plot steadily becomes tenser and tenser. The sequence of ingenious situations would ..."

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