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  • As a result, he left his home at the tender age of six.
  • What is more tender and beautiful than a mother and a child?
  • His eyes would actually fill up when we were working on a tender scene.
  • He loved his wife very much and sent her tender letters.
  • She was to become the love of his life, to whom he would write tender love letters.
  • In each case, personal access may only be used to tender advice on public affairs.
  • She had dropped out of school after her sixth standard and started acting at a tender age.
  • Some water tenders carry fire fighting equipment and crew much like an engine.
  • I asked, going up to her, and once more tendering my hand. Cited from A Flat Iron for a Farthing, by Juliana Horatia Ewing
  • Legal tender laws act as a form of price control.
  • Soon afterwards the tender system was extended to the issue of longer term government bonds.
  • First of all, there was no public tender for supplies and equipment.
  • The company moved out of coach operations and into tendered bus services.
  • In the first years after the war, a number of them were used as aircraft tenders.
  • However no evidence was tendered in the case and all charges were dropped.
  • He drew from his pocket another paper which he tendered the officer. Cited from The Secret of the Storm Country, by Grace Miller White
  • If she tendered her resignation she intended it should take effect without delay. Cited from Grace Harlowe's Problem, by Jessie Graham Flower
  • The coins are still legal tender and produced outside these states.
  • There are five bridge tenders who operate the bridge to allow river traffic to pass.
  • The plot thus returns to the beginning, with Tender telling his life story.
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Meaning of tender

  • noun Something that can be used as an official medium of payment
  • noun Car attached to a locomotive to carry fuel and water
  • noun A boat for communication between ship and shore
  • noun Ship that usually provides supplies to other ships
  • verb Offer or present for acceptance
  • verb Make a tender of; in legal settlements
  • verb Make tender or more tender as by marinating, pounding, or applying a tenderizer
    tenderize meat
  • adjective Given to sympathy or gentleness or sentimentality
    a tender heart, a tender smile, tender loving care, tender memories, a tender mother
  • adjective Easy to cut or chew
    tender beef
  • adjective Physically untoughened
    tender feet