Friday, 21 October 2016



1. easily broken, cut, or crushed; soft; not tough
2. easily damaged; vulnerable or sensitive
3. having or expressing warm and affectionate feelings
4. kind, merciful, or sympathetic
5. arousing warm feelings; touching
6. gentle and delicate
7. requiring care in handling; ticklish
8. painful or sore
9. sensitive to moral or spiritual feelings
10. (postpositive; followed by “of”) . careful or protective
11. (of a sailing vessel) easily keeled over by a wind; crank.
12. (trans.) rare
a. to make tender
b. to treat tenderly

1. (trans.) to give, present, or offer
2. (intr.) (followed by “for”) . to make a formal offer or estimate for (a job or contract)
3. (trans.) law to offer (money or goods) in settlement of a debt or claim
4. the act or an instance of tendering; offer
5. business a formal offer to supply specified goods or services at a stated cost or rate
6. something, especially money, used as an official medium of payment

Not sure what the locals tender for

But tenderness doesn’t seem to apply

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