tensible

adjective
ten·si·ble | \ ˈten(t)səbəl \

Definition of tensible 

: capable of being extended

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Other words from tensible

tensibleness \-bəlnə̇s \ noun plural -es
tensibly \-blē \ adverb

History and Etymology for tensible

Late Latin tensibilis, from Latin tensus (past participle of tendere) + -ibilis -ible

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