tenderized

[ ten-duh-rahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF tenderized
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It had wreaked havoc on his lower spine and tenderized his ass.

Cook slowly for a couple of hours (less if the ham is tenderized) keeping plenty of water on the ham.

WORD ORIGIN

1733, from tender + -ize. Specifically of food, recorded by 1935, originally American English. Related: Tenderized; tenderizing.

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