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at ease without tension, worry, or discomfort; relaxed; comfortable. [1/2 definitions]
bobby pin a narrow flat metal hairpin whose sides are pressed together under tension.
breaking point the point at which any material breaks or separates under pressure or tension. [1/3 definitions]
breathe easily to be able to relax after a period of tension or anxiety.
breathe easy to be able to relax after a period of tension or anxiety.
breathe freely to be able to relax after a period of tension or anxiety.
capillarity the tension between contacting surfaces of a liquid and a solid that causes the liquid to rise or fall; capillary action.
catharsis in psychotherapy, the bringing of repressed thoughts and feelings to consciousness in order to release emotional tension, or the release itself. [1/3 definitions]
cold war intense political or ideological hostility between nations, resulting in high tension between them, but not in outright war. [1/2 definitions]
defuse to reduce the level of hostility, tension, danger, or the like in (a situation or the like). [1/2 definitions]
détente a diminishing of tension, as between hostile nations.
earthquake a shaking or other movement of part of the earth's surface, resulting from volcanic activity or the sudden release of tension along geologic fault lines.
electric charged with tension or expectation. [1/4 definitions]
electricity a state of tension or excitement. [1/4 definitions]
fear an emotion characterized by alarm, anxiety, and tension, often caused by an expectation of danger or pain; dread. [1/8 definitions]
funicular of or pertaining to a rope, cord, or the like, esp. to its tension. [1/4 definitions]
hypertonic in physiology, of or pertaining to high tension in tissue, such as muscle tissue or arteries. [1/2 definitions]
hypotonic in physiology, of or pertaining to low tension in tissue, such as muscle tissue or arteries. [1/2 definitions]
isotonic equal in tension. [1/2 definitions]
letdown relief or relaxation after tension. [1/3 definitions]
meniscus the upper surface of a column of motionless liquid, curved concavely or convexly because of surface tension. [1/3 definitions]