tender (young) age

Definition of tender (young) age

  1. :  a very young age He was playing the piano at a tender age.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  marked by, responding to, or expressing the softer emotions :  fond, loving

    :  showing care :  considerate, solicitous

    :  highly susceptible to impressions or emotions :  impressionable

  1. :  to present for acceptance :  offer

    :  to make a tender of

    :  to make a bid or tender

  1. :  an unconditional offer of money or service in satisfaction of a debt or obligation made to save a penalty or forfeiture for nonpayment or nonperformance

    :  an offer or proposal made for acceptance: such as

    :  an offer of a bid for a contract

  1. :  an often breaded strip of usually breast meat

    :  the tenderloin of a chicken

  1. :  one that tends: such as

    :  a ship employed to attend other ships (as to supply provisions)

    :  a boat for communication or transportation between shore and a larger ship

  1. :  to make tender :  soften, weaken

    :  to regard or treat with tenderness

    :  to become tender

  1. :  consideration, regard

  1. :  being in the first or an early stage of life, growth, or development

    :  junior

    :  of an early, tender, or desirable age for use as food or drink

  1. :  young persons :  youth

    :  a single recently born or hatched animal

  1. :  the time of life at which some particular qualification, power, or capacity arises or rests

    :  majority

    :  one of the stages of life

  1. :  to become old :  show the effects or the characteristics of increasing age

    :  to acquire a desirable quality (such as mellowness or ripeness) by standing undisturbed for some time

    :  to cause to become old

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quaintly unconventional or refined

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