tender[ ten-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF tender
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TENDER
He is so very young and reverent and tender, and in a way so unsophisticated.
But it is impossible, say some, that he should make a tender or kind husband.
She joined in his laugh albeit, there was a tender look in her eyes.
When they are tender, remove them from the fire and drain off the water.
It revealed surely a tender heart, one responsive to a pure love.
When tender, drain them, remove the skins, and dice the beets.
How should salt be used in the cooking of: (a) tender vegetables?
How clear and how tender—simple, and yet so full of thought!
Sidney, as tender as ever, had lost a little of the radiance from her eyes; her voice had deepened.
But she was as tender as ever, unfailingly patient, prompt to come to him and slow to leave.