Retentor vs Retentivity - What's the difference?

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Retentor is a related term of retentivity.


As nouns the difference between retentor and retentivity

is that retentor is a muscle which holds a body part in place, notably in extended or retracted position while retentivity is the ability to retain, potential for retention.

retentor

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • A muscle which holds a body part in place, notably in extended or retracted position
  • retentivity

    English

    Noun

    (retentivities)
  • The ability to retain, potential for retention
  • (sciences) The capacity to retain magnetism after the magnetizing action
  • Synonyms

    * (general) retentiveness