The followers of this school forget that there can be no tonicity without tension.
The benefit derived from these various attempts to increase the tonicity of the gastric muscle is not very apparent.
His sexual organs had completely regained their tonicity and without doubt, their virility.
On the other hand, relaxation, while it may remove restraint, makes artistic control and tonicity impossible.
A given plant-tissue may exist in widely different conditions of tonicity.
There are innumerable grades of tonicity between the optimum and minimum.
tonicity to·nic·i·ty (tō-nĭs'ĭ-tē)
Normal firmness or functional readiness in body tissues or organs.
The sustained partial contraction of resting or relaxed muscles.
The osmotic pressure or tension of a solution, usually relative to that of blood.