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tenuously
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tenuto definitions

Merriam Webster's

adjective or adverb Etymology: Italian, from past participle of tenere to hold, from Latin ten?re Date: 1762 held (as a tone or chord) to its full value used as a direction in music

Oxford Reference Dictionary

adv., adj., & n. Mus. --adv. & adj. (of a note etc.) sustained, given its full time-value (cf. LEGATO, STACCATO). --n. (pl. -os) a note or chord played tenuto. Etymology: It., = held



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