tenuity

[ tuh-noo-i-tee, -nyoo-, te- ]SEE DEFINITION OF tenuity
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The atoms interpenetrate in consequence of their differences of tenuity.

Birch branches are to be preferred on account of their tenuity.

The tenuity of the atmosphere on Mars has another consequence.

It is delicacy mixed with abundance; tenuity supported by generosity.

Air, in every degree of tenuity, refuses to act as a conductor of electricity.

By this contrivance the roving is drawn out into a thread of the desired degree of tenuity and hardness.

When taken in connection with its tenuity, these features show a highly developed potter's technique.

It may be condensed to any extent by pressure, or expanded to an infinite degree of tenuity by pressure being removed from it.

The first thing that arrests our attention in these creatures is the extreme delicacy and tenuity of their substance.

They exist, of course, in varying degrees of tenuity and intensity and answer to a wide range of vibrations.

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