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Definition of "tenseness" [tenseness]

  • The characteristic of being tense. (noun)
  • A particular vowel or consonant quality that is phonemically contrastive in many languages, including English. (noun)

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Use "tenseness" in a sentence
  • "NBC's Chuck Todd says there's a 'tenseness' between John and Sarah (More Pravda Propaganda)"
  • "No "tenseness" between "The One" and Rimshot Joe after last weekends comments though."
  • "And I guess that after Joe ran his mouth about The One being tested by a worldwide crisis that there was no "tenseness" going on in that duo?"