Tender mercies



see: leave to someone’s tender mercies

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  • Tender-minded

    [ten-der-mahyn-did] /ˈtɛn dərˈmaɪn dɪd/ adjective 1. compassionate and idealistic.

  • Tenderness

    adjective, tenderer, tenderest. 1. soft or delicate in substance; not hard or tough: a tender steak. 2. weak or delicate in constitution; not strong or hardy. 3. (of plants) unable to withstand freezing temperatures. 4. young or immature: children of tender age. 5. delicate or soft in quality: tender blue. 6. delicate, soft, or gentle: […]



  • Tender-offer

    noun 1. a public offer to purchase stock of a corporation from its shareholders at a certain price within a stated time limit, often in an effort to win control of the company.

  • Tending

    verb (used without object) 1. to be disposed or inclined in action, operation, or effect to do something: The particles tend to unite. 2. to be disposed toward an idea, emotion, way of thinking, etc.: He tends to be overly optimistic. Her religious philosophy tends toward pantheism. 3. to lead or conduce, as to some […]



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