noun, plural ten·der·foots, ten·der·feet [ten-der-feet]. /ˈtɛn dərˌfit/.
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Guess none of this outfit could truthfully be called a tenderfoot.The Pony Rider Boys in New Mexico|Frank Gee Patchin
You see, it drags on the ground and leaves such a plain trail that any tenderfoot could foller it.With Trapper Jim in the North Woods|Lawrence J. Leslie
And this was another bit of wisdom that in a tenderfoot would have caused much wonder in certain hairy old hunters in the West.The Voice of the Pack|Edison Marshall
He then takes the scouts' oath and is enrolled as a tenderfoot and is entitled to wear the buttonhole badge.Outdoor Sports and Games|Claude H. Miller
I am only a tenderfoot now, hoping to be a second-class Scout before summer.The Girl Scouts' Good Turn|Edith Lavell