Definition of tender-eyed in English:

tender-eyed

Syllabification: ten·der-eyed
Pronunciation: /ˌtendərˈīd/

adjective

1Having gentle eyes.
More example sentences
  • The sculptor captures the link between man and animals through his trademark tender-eyed expressions that emphasize the emotion within.
  • A young, tender-eyed woman blinked at him with pity.
  • Leah was tender-eyed, but Rachel was beautiful.
2Having sore or weak eyes.
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  • They lend audio books to the tender-eyed and blind people.

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