- tend to,
- tendency tone,
- tender age,
- tender is the night,
- tender loving care
Origin of tendentious
Examples from the Web for tendentious
Oh, at this distance almost any answer is likely to be tendentious.The Stacks: How The Berlin Wall Inspired John le Carré’s First Masterpiece|John le Carré|November 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Munayyer is not un-informed, but his article is tendentious.
Again and again, they delivered bloviating, tendentious monologues and then cut Hagel off when he tried to reply.
Bereft of serious arguments, anti-Obama types resort to tendentious claims about symbolic slights.
"Somewhat misleading and tendentious," the New York Times executive editor, Bill Keller, said about the study.
The position in Ethiopia is, to say the least of it, tendentious, and at any moment the natives may change their skin.
Word Origin for tendentious
1900, formed after or from German tendenziös, from tendenz, from Medieval Latin tendentia (see tendency).