Definition of "tenuousness" [tenuousness]

  • The quality of being tenuous (noun)

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Use "tenuousness" in a sentence
  • "Further evidence of the tenuousness of nuclear peace between India and Pakistan is provided by Jason Fritz in his 2009 paper for the International Commission on Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament, "Hacking Nuclear Command and Control.""
  • "She defiantly declared she would “never go home again” but at the same time was haunted by the tenuousness of her fugitive status."
  • "Perhaps sensing the tenuousness of this argument, the Obama administration's own lawyers have switched to arguing that the mandate is authorized under Congress' power to "lay and collect Taxes.""