from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not soft; harsh.
- adj. Lacking sympathy, heartless, not empathetic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not tender; not soft.
- Wanting sensibility or affection.
The actual procedural dynamics on this can vary from brokerage house to brokerage house, so we need to inquire from our brokerage when the last day is that we can untender our shares.
We then have until July 30, 2011, to untender our shares.
During the time period to tender our shares, we also have the right to untender them—after we tender our shares we may decide not to wait until the tender to sell them, or we may decide we want to hold the shares for the long term.
When a romantic situation becomes untender, I get the hell out.
However, at least personally, it is not to my taste to have 100% whole wheat bread as it gets quite untender and dryish.
"Fine, fine," I agreed and subjected myself to their untender ministrations.
Certainly she would not deliver his mortal model to the untender mercies of Vidal Dhu.
Not that Vetch would have wanted to see his sisters or mother or grandmother under Khefti's untender care.
Having abandoned her 12-year-old son to the untender mercies of his intemperate and impecunious father, Mrs.T. wept over the treatment of slave children in Virginia.
Titan was too magnificent a creature to leave to the untender mercies of the forest.
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