Common misspellings for tense:
tennasse, enuse, tenazepam, stanse, densie, tenson, teenie, teniis, densi, teansfer, desnse, tenire, genseo, tonce, tensure, tenen, tarnsfer, tenessee, cense, tansfer, desney, tness, denes, tenner, danse, tinse, tensel, tennesee, denoes, talernce, wtness, tennese, tenete, tensal, difense, patiense, hense, doesn'e, gense, denesi, teneat, tiisue, tecnice, tenker, lense, denoce, tennasee, benze, trens, tennet, tensee, tenysson, itens, tennsee, tenous, teaze, tenes, trenes, tnese, tennie, tenesse, onese, tenue, defnse, teans, tenis, tenst, tennisse, ience, thense, enssue, tentes, tenate, toanswer, itense, tinsle, tenage, tenese, toese, ense, tohse, tennisee, matence, tese, tehnik, trence, tgese, tehnique, tenced, setence, wrtency, desense, toness, toleance, tolernce, teenaje, tences, tenns, tjose, tance, tesnes, fense, tenseing, teeens, teace, stence, denouce, dence, patence, dipense, sensee, tenness, atens, tenneseee, ptience, tenkey, toensure, technice, tgise, kneese, transe, tensil, attence, tenassee, tnhe, ensu, snese, tennesse, tonsof, tehse, teniss, teneesee, teenis, tonsel, tennise, tenane, toons, dthese, tentue, tenus, tnice, oatience, tinymce, tjese, tenique, tenge, teenies, dfense, tyhese, teice, dencer, veternes, tenacy, tennaesee, deense, tennssee, tennacy, 000tons, tsince, dinsney, tennes, lenese, tenise, deinse, tghese, tequnice, tuens, tennsi, tenacey, tence, teeensy, tensly, densier, tente, dneise, tenesee, teance, tene, techince, etnies, teins, teese, tensore, tende, teenge, tenniss, denye, dezne, teses, duquense, densed, teser, denise, deniose, donse, duqense, tmenas, sensei, sensie, teqniues, tenneese, ttense, tensle, toekns, yense, 6ense, 5ense, twnse, tsnse, tdnse, trnse, t4nse, t3nse, tebse, temse, tejse, tenae, tenze, tenxe, tenee, tenwe, tensw, tenss, tensr, tens4, tens3, rtense, trense, ftense, tfense, gtense, tgense, ytense, tyense, 6tense, t6ense, 5tense, t5ense, twense, tewnse, tsense, tesnse, tdense, tednse, ternse, t4ense, te4nse, t3ense, te3nse, tebnse, tenbse, temnse, tenmse, tejnse, tenjse, tehnse, tenhse, tenase, tensae, tenzse, tensze, tenxse, tensxe, tendse, tensde, tenwse, tenswe, tensew, tensse, tenses, tensed, tensre, tens4e, tense4, tens3e, tense3, tnse, etnse, tesne, tennse, 4ense, pense, uense, tunse, tmnse, tanse, tgnse, te.se, tefse, telse, teose, ten3e, tenqe, tensu, tensm, tensa, tensg, tents, t ense, te nse, ten se, tens e.
Definition of tense:
- become tense or tenser; " He tensed up when he saw his opponent enter the room"
- increase the tension on; " tense a rope"
- a grammatical category of verbs used to express distinctions of time
- One of the forms which a verb takes by inflection or by adding auxiliary words, so as to indicate the time of the action or event signified; the modification which verbs undergo for the indication of time.
- A change in the form of a verb, showing the time of the action expressed; a verb form which indicates a certain distinction of time by changing its form or by the help of auxiliaries.
- The form of a verb to indicate the time of the action.
- Form of a verb to indicate time.
- A form taken by a verb to indicate the time of an action, state, etc.
- An inflection in verbs to distinguish the time of the action.
- That form or modification of the verb by which time is expressed.
- taut or rigid; stretched tight; " tense piano strings"
- ( phonetics) pronounced with relatively tense tongue muscles ( e. g., the vowel sound in ` beat')
- in or of a state of physical or nervous tension
- make tense and uneasy or nervous or anxious;
- pronounced with relatively tense tongue muscles ( e. g., the vowel sound in ` beat')
- Stretched tightly; strained to stiffness; rigid; not lax; as, a tense fiber.
- Drawn tightly; not lax; severely strained; rigid; tense nerves.
- Tight, rigid, strained.
- Drawn tightly or stretched.
- Strained to stiffness: rigid.
- Strained tight.
- Stretched tight.
- Stretched: strained to stiffness.
- Drawn tight; stretched; rigid.