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How to use tenson in a sentence
Among the Troubadours, this species of musical dialogue took the form of the tenson, or contention.
Disputes before these courts usually took the form of the tenson, or contention, already described.
When more than two singers took part in a tenson, it became a tournament.
Somewhere out in the gloom coyotes chattered and yelped, and from far across the dusky valley others answered—a doleful tenson.The River and I|John G. Neihardt
Suppose, doctor, you were to get up a tenson a little more relative to our own wise days.Gryll Grange|Thomas Love Peacock