tenuity

[ tuh-noo-i-tee, -nyoo-, te- ]
/ təˈnu ɪ ti, -ˈnyu-, tɛ- /

noun

the state of being tenuous.
thinness of consistency; rarefied condition.

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Origin of tenuity

1525–35; <Latin tenuitās thinness, equivalent to tenui(s) (see tenuis) + -tās-ty2
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