Ten, Tin, Tain
The act of holding. The state or a period of being detained, especially: A
period of temporary custody while awaiting trial. A period of
confinement to a detention home. A form of punishment by which a
student is made to stay after regular school hours. A forced or
Capable of being held, maintained, or defended; reasonable.
Holding or tending to hold persistently to something, such as a point of
view. Holding together firmly; cohesive. Clinging to another object or
surface; adhesive. Tending to keep hold of.
Holding tenaciously to a purpose, belief, opinion, or course of action.
Stubbornly or defiantly persistent.
The servants or followers accompanying a high-ranking person.
To maintain possession of. To keep or hold in a particular place,
condition, or position. To keep in mind; remember. To hire (an attorney,
for example) by the payment of a fee. To keep in one's service or pay.
To have in mind; plan. To design for a specific purpose. To have in mind
for a particular use. To signify or mean.
To swell out or expand from or as if from internal pressure.
The act or process of stretching something tight. The condition of so
being stretched. A force tending to stretch something. Mental,
emotional, or nervous strain. Barely controlled hostility or a strained
relationship between people or groups. A balanced relation between
strongly opposing elements.
Of or relating to tension. Capable of being stretched or extended; elastic
Represented or appearing as such; seeming or professed.
Of, at, relating to, or forming a limit, boundary, extremity, or end. Of, at,
relating to, or being the end of a section or series; final. Relating to or
occurring in a term or each term. Causing, ending in, or approaching
A point or part that forms the end. An ornamental
figure or object placed at the end of a larger structure; a finial.
The final point; the end. An end point on a transportation line or the
town in which it is located. A boundary or border. A stone or post
marking a border.