tender ageSEE DEFINITION OF tender age
Synonyms for tender age
- awkward age
- salad days
- springtime of life
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TENDER AGE
Your tender age, the difference of rank, forbade your union.
This object was his own son, a child of the tender age of eight years.
I suppose that is because you became a student of philosophy at a tender age.
It is an honor to grasp the hand of one who did such service at such a tender age.
What little man could stand being "hen-pecked," even at that tender age?
Why then are infants baptised when by reason of their tender age they cannot perform them?
Have you already learned to distrust history, at your tender age?
Still of tender age, Fazil Khan was already a remarkable figure.
Her parents had handed her over to them, at a tender age, for nothing.
It is said also to be relatively frequent in subjects of a tender age.