[tuh-noo-i-tee, -nyoo-, te-]
Origin of tenuity
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Examples from the Web for tenuity
The atoms interpenetrate in consequence of their differences of tenuity.Reincarnation
Birch branches are to be preferred on account of their tenuity.Gas-Engines and Producer-Gas Plants
R. E. Mathot
The tenuity of the atmosphere on Mars has another consequence.Are the Planets Inhabited?
E. Walter Maunder
It is delicacy mixed with abundance; tenuity supported by generosity.Delsarte System of Oratory
Air, in every degree of tenuity, refuses to act as a conductor of electricity.