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Nice vs. Tender

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Niceadjective

Pleasant, satisfactory.

Tenderadjective

Sensitive or painful to the touch.

Niceadjective

Of a person: friendly, attractive.

Tenderadjective

Easily bruised or injured; not firm or hard; delicate.

‘tender plants; tender flesh; tender fruit’;

Niceadjective

Respectable; virtuous.

‘What is a nice person like you doing in a place like this?’;

Tenderadjective

Physically weak; not able to endure hardship.

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Niceadjective

With "and", shows that the given adjective is desirable: pleasantly.

‘The soup is nice and hot.’;

Tenderadjective

(of food) Soft and easily chewed.

Niceadjective

(obsolete) Silly, ignorant; foolish.

Tenderadjective

Sensible to impression and pain; easily pained.

Niceadjective

Particular in one's conduct; scrupulous, painstaking; choosy.

Tenderadjective

Fond, loving, gentle, sweet.

‘Suzanne was such a tender mother to her children.’;

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Niceadjective

(obsolete) Particular as regards rules or qualities; strict.

Tenderadjective

Young and inexperienced.

Niceadjective

Showing or requiring great precision or sensitive discernment; subtle.

Tenderadjective

Adapted to excite feeling or sympathy; expressive of the softer passions; pathetic.

‘tender expressions; tender expostulations; a tender strain’;

Niceadjective

(obsolete) Easily injured; delicate; dainty.

Tenderadjective

Apt to give pain; causing grief or pain; delicate.

‘a tender subject’;

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Niceadjective

(obsolete) Doubtful, as to the outcome; risky.

Tenderadjective

(nautical) Heeling over too easily when under sail; said of a vessel.

Niceadverb

(colloquial) Nicely.

‘Children, play nice.’; ‘He dresses real nice.’;

Tenderadjective

(obsolete) Exciting kind concern; dear; precious.

Niceinterjection

Used to signify a job well done.

‘Nice! I couldn't have done better.’;

Tenderadjective

(obsolete) Careful to keep inviolate, or not to injure; used with of.

Niceinterjection

Used to signify approval.

‘Is that your new car? Nice!’;

Tendernoun

(obsolete) Care, kind concern, regard.

Nicenoun

niceness.

Tendernoun

The inner flight muscle (pectoralis minor) of poultry.

Niceverb

To run a process with a specified (usually lower) priority.

Tendernoun

(obsolete) Someone who tends or waits on someone.

Niceadjective

Foolish; silly; simple; ignorant; also, weak; effeminate.

‘But say that we ben wise and nothing nice.’;

Tendernoun

(rail transport) A railroad car towed behind a steam engine to carry fuel and water.

Niceadjective

Of trifling moment; unimportant; trivial.

‘The letter was not nice, but full of chargeOf dear import.’;

Tendernoun

(nautical) A naval ship that functions as a mobile base for other ships.

‘submarine tender’; ‘destroyer tender’;

Niceadjective

Overscrupulous or exacting; hard to please or satisfy; fastidious in small matters.

‘Curious not knowing, not exact but nice.’; ‘And to tasteThink not I shall be nice.’;

Tendernoun

(nautical) A smaller boat used for transportation between a large ship and the shore.

Niceadjective

Delicate; refined; dainty; pure.

‘Dear love, continue nice and chaste.’; ‘A nice and subtile happiness.’;

Tendernoun

A means of payment such as a check or cheque, cash or credit card.

‘Your credit card has been declined so you need to provide some other tender such as cash.’; ‘legal tender’;

Niceadjective

Apprehending slight differences or delicate distinctions; distinguishing accurately or minutely; carefully discriminating; as, a nice taste or judgment.

Tendernoun

(legal) A formal offer to buy or sell something.

‘We will submit our tender to you within the week.’;

Niceadjective

Done or made with careful labor; suited to excite admiration on account of exactness; evidencing great skill; exact; fine; finished; as, nice proportions, nice workmanship, a nice application; exactly or fastidiously discriminated; requiring close discrimination; as, a nice point of law, a nice distinction in philosophy.

‘The difference is too niceWhere ends the virtue, or begins the vice.’;

Tendernoun

Any offer or proposal made for acceptance.

Niceadjective

Pleasing; agreeable; gratifying; delightful; good; as, a nice party; a nice excursion; a nice day; a nice sauce, etc.

Tenderverb

To make tender or delicate; to weaken.

Niceadjective

Pleasant; kind; as, a nice person.

Tenderverb

(archaic) To feel tenderly towards; to regard fondly or with consideration.

Niceadjective

Well-mannered; well-behaved; as, nice children.

‘He's making a list, checking it twice.Gonna find out who's naughty or nice Santa Claus is coming to town.’;

Tenderverb

To work on a tender.

Nicenoun

a city in southeastern France on the Mediterranean; the leading resort on the French Riviera

Tenderverb

(formal) To offer, to give.

‘to tender one’s resignation’;

Niceadjective

pleasant or pleasing or agreeable in nature or appearance;

‘what a nice fellow you are and we all thought you so nasty’; ‘nice manners’; ‘a nice dress’; ‘a nice face’; ‘a nice day’; ‘had a nice time at the party’; ‘the corn and tomatoes are nice today’;

Tenderverb

to offer a payment, as at sales or auctions.

Niceadjective

socially or conventionally correct; refined or virtuous;

‘from a decent family’; ‘a nice girl’;

Tendernoun

One who tends; one who takes care of any person or thing; a nurse.

Niceadjective

done with delicacy and skill;

‘a nice bit of craft’; ‘a job requiring nice measurements with a micrometer’; ‘a nice shot’;

Tendernoun

A vessel employed to attend other vessels, to supply them with provisions and other stores, to convey intelligence, or the like.

Niceadjective

excessively fastidious and easily disgusted;

‘too nice about his food to take to camp cooking’; ‘so squeamish he would only touch the toilet handle with his elbow’;

Tendernoun

A car attached to a locomotive, for carrying a supply of fuel and water.

Niceadjective

noting distinctions with nicety;

‘a discriminating interior designer’; ‘a nice sense of color’; ‘a nice point in the argument’;

Tendernoun

An offer, either of money to pay a debt, or of service to be performed, in order to save a penalty or forfeiture, which would be incurred by nonpayment or nonperformance; as, the tender of rent due, or of the amount of a note, with interest.

Niceadjective

exhibiting courtesy and politeness;

‘a nice gesture’;

Tendernoun

Any offer or proposal made for acceptance; as, a tender of a loan, of service, or of friendship; a tender of a bid for a contract.

‘A free, unlimited tender of the gospel.’;

Niceadjective

giving pleasure or satisfaction; pleasant or attractive

‘we had a very nice time’;

Tendernoun

The thing offered; especially, money offered in payment of an obligation.

Niceadjective

(of a person) good-natured; kind

‘he's a nicer man than Mark’; ‘Joe had been very nice to her’;

Tendernoun

Regard; care; kind concern.

Niceadjective

not good; unpleasant

‘that's a nice way to come into my kitchen—no greeting!’;

Tenderverb

To offer in payment or satisfaction of a demand, in order to save a penalty or forfeiture; as, to tender the amount of rent or debt.

Niceadjective

(especially of a difference) slight or subtle

‘there is a nice distinction between self-sacrifice and martyrdom’;

Tenderverb

To offer in words; to present for acceptance.

‘You see how all conditions, how all minds, . . . tender downTheir services to Lord Timon.’;

Niceadjective

requiring careful consideration

‘a nice point’;

Tenderverb

To have a care of; to be tender toward; hence, to regard; to esteem; to value.

‘For first, next after life, he tendered her good.’; ‘Tender yourself more dearly.’; ‘To see a prince in want would move a miser's charity. Our western princes tendered his case, which they counted might be their own.’;

Niceadjective

fastidious; scrupulous.

Tenderadjective

Easily impressed, broken, bruised, or injured; not firm or hard; delicate; as, tender plants; tender flesh; tender fruit.

Nicenoun

a resort city on the French Riviera, near the border with Italy; population 348,721 (2007).

Tenderadjective

Sensible to impression and pain; easily pained.

‘Our bodies are not naturally more tender than our faces.’;

Nice

Nice ( NEESS, French: [nis]; Nissard Occitan: Niça, classical norm, or Nissa, nonstandard, pronounced [ˈnisa]; Italian: Nizza [ˈnittsa]; Ancient Greek: Νίκαια; Latin: Nicaea) is the seventh most populous urban area in France and the capital of the Alpes-Maritimes department. The metropolitan area of Nice extends beyond the administrative city limits, with a population of nearly 1 million on an area of 744 km2 (287 sq mi).

Tenderadjective

Physically weak; not hardly or able to endure hardship; immature; effeminate.

‘The tender and delicate woman among you.’;

Tenderadjective

Susceptible of the softer passions, as love, compassion, kindness; compassionate; pitiful; anxious for another's good; easily excited to pity, forgiveness, or favor; sympathetic.

‘The Lord is very pitiful, and of tender mercy.’; ‘I am choleric by my nature, and tender by my temper.’;

Tenderadjective

Exciting kind concern; dear; precious.

‘I love Valentine,Whose life's as tender to me as my soul!’;

Tenderadjective

Careful to save inviolate, or not to injure; - with of.

‘The civil authority should be tender of the honor of God and religion.’;

Tenderadjective

Unwilling to cause pain; gentle; mild.

‘You, that are thus so tender o'er his follies,Will never do him good.’;

Tenderadjective

Adapted to excite feeling or sympathy; expressive of the softer passions; pathetic; as, tender expressions; tender expostulations; a tender strain.

Tenderadjective

Apt to give pain; causing grief or pain; delicate; as, a tender subject.

Tenderadjective

Heeling over too easily when under sail; - said of a vessel.

Tendernoun

something used as an official medium of payment

Tendernoun

someone who waits on or tends to or attends to the needs of another

Tendernoun

a formal proposal to buy at a specified price

Tendernoun

car attached to a locomotive to carry fuel and water

Tendernoun

a boat for communication between ship and shore

Tendernoun

ship that usually provides supplies to other ships

Tenderverb

offer or present for acceptance

Tenderverb

propose a payment;

‘The Swiss dealer offered $2 million for the painting’;

Tenderverb

make a tender of; in legal settlements

Tenderverb

make tender or more tender as by marinating, pounding, or applying a tenderizer;

‘tenderize meat’;

Tenderadjective

given to sympathy or gentleness or sentimentality;

‘a tender heart’; ‘a tender smile’; ‘tender loving care’; ‘tender memories’; ‘a tender mother’;

Tenderadjective

hurting;

‘the tender spot on his jaw’;

Tenderadjective

susceptible to physical or emotional injury;

‘at a tender age’;

Tenderadjective

having or displaying warmth or affection;

‘affectionate children’; ‘caring parents’; ‘a fond embrace’; ‘fond of his nephew’; ‘a tender glance’; ‘a warm embrace’;

Tenderadjective

easy to cut or chew;

‘tender beef’;

Tenderadjective

physically untoughened;

‘tender feet’;

Tenderadjective

(used of boats) inclined to heel over easily under sail

Tenderadjective

(of plants) not hardy; easily killed by adverse growing condition;

‘tender green shoots’;

Tenderadjective

showing gentleness, kindness, and affection

‘she covered his face with tender kisses’; ‘he was being so kind and tender’;

Tenderadjective

solicitous of

‘be tender of a lady's reputation’;

Tenderadjective

(of food) easy to cut or chew; not tough

‘tender green beans’;

Tenderadjective

(of a part of the body) sensitive to pain

‘the pale, tender skin of her forearm’;

Tenderadjective

(of a plant) easily injured by severe weather and therefore needing protection

‘pelargoniums are colourful but tender plants’;

Tenderadjective

requiring tact or careful handling

‘the issue of conscription was a particularly tender one’;

Tenderadjective

young, inexperienced, or vulnerable

‘he started sailing at the tender age of ten’;

Tenderadjective

(of a ship) leaning or readily inclined to roll in response to the wind.

Tenderverb

offer or present (something) formally

‘he tendered his resignation as leader’;

Tenderverb

offer (money) as payment

‘she tendered her fare’;

Tenderverb

make a formal written offer to carry out work, supply goods, or buy land, shares, or another asset for a stated fixed price

‘firms of interior decorators have been tendering for the work’;

Tenderverb

formally offer (a stated fixed price) for carrying out work, supplying goods, etc.

‘what price should we tender for a contract?’;

Tenderverb

seek offers to carry out work at a stated fixed price

‘I don't even know why they tendered it out’;

Tendernoun

an offer to carry out work, supply goods, or buy land, shares, or another asset at a stated fixed price

‘being government land, it was sold by tender’; ‘we invited tenders for up to three more frigates’; ‘a minimum tender price’;

Tendernoun

a vehicle used by a fire service for carrying specified supplies or equipment or fulfilling a specified role

‘three fire engines, including an emergency tender, attended the scene’;

Tendernoun

a vehicle used in mobile operations by a public service or the armed forces

‘she saw the police tender dash up and half a dozen men tumble out’;

Tendernoun

a dinghy or other boat used to ferry people and supplies to and from a ship.

Tendernoun

a trailing vehicle closely coupled to a steam locomotive to carry fuel and water.

Tendernoun

a person who looks after someone else or a machine or place

‘Alexei signalled to one of the engine tenders’;

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