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tender1 British & World English

Showing gentleness, kindness, and affection

tender2 British & World English

Offer or present (something) formally

tender3 British & World English

A vehicle used by a fire service for carrying specified supplies or equipment or fulfilling a specified role

tender1 English Thesaurus

he looked a gentle, tender man

tender2 English Thesaurus

she tendered her resignation

tender-eyed British & World English

Having gentle eyes

legal tender British & World English

Coins or banknotes that must be accepted if offered in payment of a debt

tender-minded British & World English

Easily affected emotionally by other people’s distress or by criticism

tender mercies British & World English

Used ironically to refer to attention or treatment not in the best interests of its recipients

tender-hearted British & World English

Having a kind, gentle, or sentimental nature

tender-hearted English Thesaurus

a loyal and tender-hearted friend

plea of tender British & World English

A plea that the defendant has always been ready to satisfy the plaintiff’s claim and now brings the sum into court

tender something out in tender2 British & World English

Seek offers to carry out work at a stated fixed price

put something out to tender British & World English

Seek offers to carry out work or supply goods at a stated fixed price

tender mercies in tender1 British & World English

Used ironically to refer to attention or treatment not in the best interests of its recipients

plea of tender in plea British & World English

A plea that the defendant has always been ready to satisfy the plaintiff’s claim and now brings the sum into court

put something out to tender in tender2 British & World English

Seek offers to carry out work or supply goods at a stated fixed price


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