Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of tenderizer.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a substance (as the plant enzyme papain) applied to meat to make it tender

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Examples

  • Wonder why some celebs have their ratings go out of sight and others go on the tenderiser for the same offense?

    Legislators dismiss most ethics charges against Sanford

  • Lifehacker readers teach us how to patch our bike tires in a pinch, how we can relieve itching with meat tenderiser, and that burning bras could save our lives.

    From The Tips Box: Tire Patches And Underwear Firestarters | Lifehacker Australia

  • My wife is a pediatrician and to relieve itchiness from insect bites she always recommends meat tenderiser instead of any other over-the-counter medicine.

    From The Tips Box: Tire Patches And Underwear Firestarters | Lifehacker Australia

  • Bai fang was a meat tenderiser that looked like white rock salt.

    Mao's last dancer

  • She couldn't bear to see her son suffering such pain and she seriously doubted whether a meat tenderiser would ever work, so after a few tries she stopped the treatment.

    Mao's last dancer

  • Bai fang was a meat tenderiser that looked like white rock salt.

    Mao's Last Dancer

  • She couldn't bear to see her son suffering such pain and she seriously doubted whether a meat tenderiser would ever work, so after a few tries she stopped the treatment.

    Mao's Last Dancer

  • Butler, with a six-pack stomach that looked as if it were made of concrete, was a huge hit as the warrior king slicing and dicing Persians like a human meat tenderiser.

    The Guardian World News

  • Butler, with a six-pack stomach that looked as if it were made of concrete, was a huge hit as the warrior king slicing and dicing Persians like a human meat tenderiser.

    The Guardian World News

  • Like papayas and pineapples, raw kiwifruit have a "protein-dissolving enzyme actinidin" which acts as a meat tenderiser but can also cause allergic reactions such as

    Morsels & Musings

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