presented formally for acceptance: The tendered resignation will be effective immediately on being accepted by the Board.Any light the tendered evidence could shed on the defendant's guilt or innocence was minimal.
relating to or specified in a bid or offer made in writing by one party to another to execute certain work, supply certain commodities, etc., for a stated price: The tendered cost for the work was $597,600.
being a project for which a request for such bids is issued: As with any openly tendered project in the public domain, the government was forced to go with the lowest bidder.
offered or proffered: The value of this graciously tendered gift is so great that we don’t dare squander it.
Law. offered in payment of a debt or other obligation, especially in exact accordance with the terms of the law and of the obligation: All validly tendered shares have been accepted for payment.
the simple past tense and past participle of tender2.
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How to use tendered in a sentence
They’re soaked overnight, cooked until tender, then combined with a powerful sauce made of onion, tomato, spices and ghee, with cream or sometimes yogurt stirred in before serving.How to make dal makhani, the most luxurious and creamy dal of all | Joe Yonan | November 20, 2020 | Washington Post
Magically, duck meat cooked in a bath of its own fat becomes fall-off-the-bone tender, and not at all greasy.Turn to duck confit for a holiday treat with long-lasting benefits | Mary Beth Albright | November 20, 2020 | Washington Post
That leaves a lot of wiggle room with many holes to fill in free agency, and the number could shrink depending on upcoming non-tender decisions.Nationals protect Steven Fuentes, Yasel Antuna and Joan Adon from Rule 5 draft | Jesse Dougherty | November 20, 2020 | Washington Post
This New Orleans-style Thanksgiving po’ boy is the answer to all your holiday leftoversScoop into it and you get to the tender quinoa studded with pieces of autumnal roasted vegetables, all moistened and married in a light, creamy cheese sauce.This decadent quinoa bake is a clever way to reinvent leftover Thanksgiving vegetables | Ellie Krieger | November 19, 2020 | Washington Post
Those are accompanied in this memoir by a glint-in-his-eye tone, and the sneakiest of snark hidden here and there, but that’s often tendered by tenderness.
The end of this story is that he has tendered his resignation.Amnesty International U.K. Board Chairman Resigns Over Crude Jokes | Nico Hines | August 14, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
He further tendered his opinion of the high-capacity magazines that the NRA has fought so hard to keep on the market.
Toughness tendered with diplomatic compromises led to winning without war.The Forgotten Cold War: 20 Years Later, Myths About U.S. Victory Persist | Leslie H. Gelb | December 24, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
With no other option, Law tendered his resignation to Pope John Paul II and slinked off to Rome.
She took a cigarette from the gayly tendered case and smoked for a few moments in silence.Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
On arriving he tendered the driver sixpence, which was strictly the fare, though but scant remuneration for the distance.The Book of Anecdotes and Budget of Fun; | Various
They found that he had tendered his resignation, and that it had been, after a long struggle, accepted.The History of England from the Accession of James II. | Thomas Babington Macaulay
Their labors were so faithful and efficient, that a vote of thanks was tendered them by the Committee.
Ronald Hope came up with a respectful bow, and tendered the card to the queen.The Weight of the Crown | Fred M. White