Normal firmness or functional readiness in body tissues or organs.(noun)
The sustained partial contraction of resting or relaxed muscles.(noun)
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Use "tonicity" in a sentence
"Evaluations from consumers selected to try the product included improvement in skin firmness, tonicity and hydration level."
"According to the invite, socials will arrive for a cocktail hour to sample Talika's Bust Serum, which "after six weeks, increases the bra cup size by one cup, provides an 18% lift and, in many cases, improves tonicity.""
"And, as a matter of fact, the proper maturation of a wine is impossible without a due amount of tartar; besides this, it develops in the wine a well-defined vigour and tonicity, which improves its taste, while it also increases its alimentary qualities."