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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of tenderise.

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  • adj. made tender as by marinating or pounding


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  • Not that we did something as exotic as to dig a pit for roasting a pig, ours involved copious quantities of lamb forequarter chops, steaks the butcher tenderised and lots of sausages.

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  • Not one person watching saw it coming, the second show had me tenderised by the mallet.

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  • If I picked up the speed they were doing, I'd stack it on the first corner and end up at the bottom of the mountain all pummelled and tenderised in no time. just now, -0 / +1 "... Stories / Popular


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