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tendinous

adjective ten·di·nous \ˈten-də-nəs\

Definition of TENDINOUS

1
:  consisting of tendons :  sinewy <tendinous tissue>
2
:  of, relating to, or resembling a tendon

Origin of TENDINOUS

New Latin tendinosus, from tendin-, tendo tendon, alteration of Medieval Latin tendon-, tendo
First Known Use: 1578

tendinous

adjective ten·di·nous   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of TENDINOUS

1
:  consisting of tendons <tendinous tissue>
2
:  of, relating to, or resembling a tendon

Variants of TENDINOUS

ten·di·nous also ten·do·nous \ˈten-də-nəs\

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