adjective ex·tra·tensive

Definition of extratensive

  1. :  showing a predominance of color responses on the Rorschach test and characterized by the urge to live in the world outside oneself, by restless motility, and by unstable affective reactions —contrasted with introversive

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Origin and Etymology of extratensive

extra- + tensive

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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