Filet's superior tenderness is why it commands such a high price.
This white asparagus is prized for its tenderness and delicate flavour.
But I suppose there is a shock of regret which may exist without much tenderness.
Was it tenderness?
“Earth needs this tenderness,” Morton wrote to Björk.
No: Tweedy-tenderness is sophisticated and badass and funny.
“There is no charm equal to tenderness of heart,” said she afterwards to herself.
But it’s his trio’s synergy that gives “Agrima” what it needs: possibility, irony, tenderness.
A high fat content within the adipose tissue and marbling sites of muscle contributes to the tenderness of the meat.
Not this one – her orchestral reworking of her earlier classics soar with ascending strings and bittersweet tenderness.
They skip over the energy of empathy, warmth, tenderness and inclusion that is the best stuff of the millennial imagination.
And then it's the tenderness of the effigy, which is even not like a physical body, but this metaphoric tenderness.
You can use one or the other or both, depending on your preferences for chocolatey-ness, sweetness, tenderness, chewiness, richness.
It was at first a tireless, sensuous passion, then exalted tenderness composed of tangible poetry, more refined caresses, and new and foolish inventions.
Yet such grotesque, genuinely disturbing images break, like a fever, into a scene of patient labour and infinite tenderness: women attending to the sick.
The existence of a fracture is often deduced from a history of injury and observation of swelling, tenderness, faulty alignment, the sound that the broken ends make, loss of function, and associated injuries.
he asked, turning instantly to his daughter and addressing her with the careless tone of habitual tenderness natural to parents who have petted their children from babyhood, but which Prince Vasíli had only acquired by imitating other parents.
But, despite the bitterness that he infuses into his depiction of Charlotte, he nonetheless approaches her with a tenderness born of authentic affinity, natural artistic curiosity, and imaginative sympathy, and he realizes that tenderness with a creative energy that exalts all the more enduringly a character held in a relentlessly cruel spotlight.
She thought of the recurrent waves of pain that for some reason or other she and her husband had had to endure; of the in visible giants hurting her boy in some unimaginable fashion; of the incalculable amount of tenderness contained in the world; of the fate of this tenderness, which is either crushed or wasted, or transformed into madness; of neglected children humming to themselves in unswept corners; of beautiful weeds that cannot hide from the farmer.
- a tendency to express warm and affectionate feeling
- a pain that is felt (as when the area is touched)
Example: the best results are generally obtained by inserting the needle into the point of maximum tenderness
- warm compassionate feelings
- a positive feeling of liking
- a feeling of concern for the welfare of someone (especially someone defenseless)
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She thought of the recurrent waves of pain that for some reason or other she and her husband had had to endure of the in visible giants hurting her boy in some unimaginable fashion of the incalculable amount of tenderness contained in the world of the fate of this tenderness which is either crushed or wasted or transformed into madness of neglected children humming to themselves in unswept corners of beautiful weeds that cannot hide from the farmer