Did you maybe mean tending?
- v. present participle of tense.
“When I got behind the wheel of Coche I turned to look at Dad, who was already tensing up his leg muscles as I prepared to slide the front seat forward.”
““Rosario agreed to spend the week with me,” he said, his voice tensing.”
“My entire body orgasmed, my legs and muscles tensing and clenching with pleasure, my breath exploding in a shudder.”
“This means that the difference between keen and kin is that in the former the vowel “involves considerable tensing of the vocal apparatus” (Roca and Johnson p. 182).”
“When a man became aware that his heart was racing or his muscles were tensing, he was coached to say, "I need a time out" and then to immediately leave the room before the "automatic" violent behavior emerged.”
“Tui Tulifau hesitated, but his spouse glared at him, her brawny arm tensing as the fist doubled into a redoubtable knot.”
“The 5 to 8-inch long prototypes, made from soft polymers, mimic real fish that swim by tensing and relaxing muscles to produce a vibration in their bodies.”
“She watched him closely, tensing herself to jump away.”
“The dread tensing his body evaporated like dew on a warm morning.”
““Are you with me?” he asked, his nerves tensing as he waited for her answer.”
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