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Definition of Tenderly

Tenderly
Tenderly Ten"der*ly, adv. In a tender manner; with tenderness; mildly; gently; softly; in a manner not to injure or give pain; with pity or affection; kindly. --Chaucer.

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- "Tenderly" is a po****r song published in 1946 with music by Walter Gross and lyrics by Jack Lawrence. Written in the key of E♭ as a waltz in 3 4 time...
- Destroyer tender Lighthouse tender Luxury yacht tender Mail tender Motor torpedo boat tender Seaplane tender Water tender, fire truck tanker Legal tender, a...
- Tenderly is a pop song written by Walter Gross and Jack Lawrence in 1946. Tenderly may also refer to: Tenderly (film), 1968 comedy film Tenderly (Joe Maneri...
- Tenderness may refer to: Tenderness (2009 film), a 2009 American crime film Tenderness (2017 film), a 2017 Italian film also known as La tenerezza Rebound...
- "Softly and Tenderly" is a Christian hymn. It was composed and written by Will L. Thompson in 1880. Allegedly, when evangelist Dwight L. Moody was in the...
- Tenderly is a 1989 studio album by George Benson, produced by veteran and long time collaborator Tommy LiPuma. Richard S. Ginell wrote that Benson has...
- "Tenderly" / "Flow" is a single by British electronic music duo Disclosure. It was released as a digital download, by Make Mine in the United Kingdom on...
- & Tenderly". Amazon. Retrieved May 19, 2020. "Bill Anderson chart history: Country Albums". Billboard. Retrieved May 19, 2020. "Softly & Tenderly: Credits"...
- perception, while tenderness is a sign that a clinician elicits. Rebound tenderness, an indication of peritonitis. "Point tenderness - abdomen". Retrieved...
- A tender or coal-car is a special rail vehicle hauled by a steam locomotive containing its fuel (wood, coal, or oil) and water. Steam locomotives consume...
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