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abut, adjoin, border, brush, butt on, caress, come together, communicate, contact, converge.
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tender
Definition:
Exciting kind concern; dear; precious.

Synonyms:

adjective
affectionate, loving
considerate, amorous, lenient, all heart, commiserative, tolerant, fond, kind, warmhearted, humane, ticklish, touching, touchy, romantic, compassionate, tenderhearted, sentimental, lovey-dovey, softhearted, benevolent, mushy, sympathetic, warm, charitable, emotional, mild, demonstrative, poignant, evocative, gentle, forgiving, thoughtful, responsive, solicitous, bleeding-heart, moving, yielding, caring, soft, merciful.
all
tender.
amative
sisterly.
amatory
rapturous.
demonstrative
outpouring, outspoken, outgoing, Evincive, profuse, symptomatic.
emotional
excitable, temperamental, hot-blooded, hysterical, heartwarming, soulful, hotblooded.
enthusiastic
fervent.
flabby
limp, out of shape, gone to seed, out of condition, flexuous, lax, toneless, Irresilient.
forgiving
clement.
fragile, soft
delicate, supple, weak, feeble, breakable, dainty, frail, effete.
friendly
peaceful, brotherly, peaceable, on good terms, comradely, well-disposed.
green
unfledged, Undecayed, foliate, green, verduous, ungrown, bosky, recent, growing, undried, half-formed.
juvenile
beardless, unweaned, junior, milk-fed, pubescent.
kindhearted
kindhearted.
loving
devoted, desirous, erotic, faithful, bound up, loving, admiring, caring, endearing, affectionate, romantic, infatuated, reverential, intimate, sentimental, cherishing, Valuing, Warm-hearted, adoring, amorous, friendly, worshipful, fond, passionate.
mild
forbearing, moderate, genial, benign, charitable, peaceful, peaceable, mild, Obeisant, insipid, soft, liberal, benevolent, cordial, gentle, even, permissive, lenient, kind, clement, broad-minded, Forbearant, tolerant, lax, sweet, open-minded, libertarian, mild-mannered, meek, amiable, unassuming, quiet.
painful
aching, nagging, extremely bad, smarting.
painful, sore
bruised, aching, oversensitive, inflamed, irritated, thin-skinned, smarting, acute, hypersensitive.
parental
patriarchal, maternal, matriarchal.
responsive
sensile, influenceable, reactive.
sensitive
mawkish, touchy, sloppy, mushy, schmaltzy, poetic, sensitive, sappy, hypersensitive, ticklish, soft, sentimental, gooey, dewy-eyed, fanciful, maudlin, easily harmed, lovesick, dainty, romantic, starry-eyed.
soft
fragile, silken, easy going, undemanding, Tender-hearted, easy-going, overindulgent, softer, supple.
susceptible
be taken in, easily moved, non-resistant, fall for, wide open, out on limb, suggestible, sitting duck, impressionable, nonresistant, tumble for.
sweet
sweeter, sweetest.
touching
affecting, moving, touching, heart-rending, pathetic, pitiful.
weak
faint, Impuissant, Fluctuant, frail, weak, out of gas, faint-hearted, weakest, forceless.
well-kept
well-preserved.
well-preserved
full of life, unspoiled.
worried
solicitous.
young
Newish, not aged, juvenile, boylike, girllike.
young, inexperienced
immature, vernal, childish, vulnerable, impressionable, childlike, unripe, green, sensitive, wet behind the ears, rookie, youthful, callow, new, raw.
noun
artifact
tender.
kind
compassionate, solicitous, warmhearted, sympathetic.
offer
citation, quotation, grant, concession, endowment, deal, gift, donation, issue, present, overture, offering, attempt, advance, approach, bid, submission, bestowal, invitation, offer, investiture.
shepherd
pastor, herders, herder, pastoralist, shepherdess.
tender
crank, affectionate, fond, warm, caring, tenderised, cuttable, flaky, unstable, flakey, tenderise, tenderize, tenderized, protective, chewable, sore, sensitive, vulnerable, ship's boat, attendant, loving, soft, tippy, bid, crisp, legal tender, cranky, painful, crispy, delicate, cutter, supply ship, pinnace, short, young, lovesome, untoughened, attender, sentimental, immature.
willingness
candidacy.
youthful
childish, childlike.
verb
give
consign, serve, contribute, ascribe, help, assist, allot, deliver, fund, bequeath, attribute, lend, ration, supply, provide, send, award, furnish, devote, pledge, assign, pay, allow, dispense, disburse, dole, lavish, expend, share, shower, donate.
offer
endow, bestow, quote, submit, impart, render, give, invite, cite, extend.
possession
tender.
Examples of usage:
  1. She stood over him a moment, her eyes tender; he was still, would always be, her baby brother. – The Bells of San Juan by Jackson Gregory
  2. I'm sure she was very tender to him. – Read-Aloud Plays by Horace Holley
  3. I'd hate to hurt your tender feelings after such a pleasant evening. – Wyoming, a Story of the Outdoor West by William MacLeod Raine

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