- tension headache,
- tension suture,
- tensor analysis,
- tensor bandage,
- tensor muscle of broad fascia,
- tensor muscle of soft palate,
- tensor muscle of tympanic membrane
Origin of tensor
Examples from the Web for tensor
But for practical effect, you'd be better off trying to explain the fundamentals of tensor calculus.
At least they won't get angry and accuse you of heartlessly trying to kill them in order to save a few dollars on tensor fields.
The administrator's hyperimage, with calculated angry expression, glared sternly into Tensor's mind.
Hence his apt qualification of the drug, "a tensor par excellence of the vocal cords."Coca and its Therapeutic Application, Third Edition|Angelo Mariani
His image smiled into Tensor's mind and then hesitated as he saw the concern there.
Tensor gazed helplessly at the fine mist sifting down from a hazy, violet sky.
It was a strikingly lovely shade of red—always Tensor's favorite color.
Word Origin for tensor
muscle that stretches a part, 1704, Modern Latin agent noun of Latin tendere "to stretch" (see tenet).