Definitions

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  • n. A younger love interest.

Etymologies

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From tender.

Examples

  • That Chromeo has sustained such success over three full-length albums suggests something smarter at work than merely the ability to croon the word "tenderoni" with a straight face.

    Melting With Winter's Melodies

  • Aside from the fact that "tenderoni" is an obscene (and fairly degrading) word, I thought the lyrics were a little on the juvenile side. ...

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • And I will tell you one other thing, that recently Bobby Brown said publicly his relationship was on the rocks and, as he put it, he needed "a new tenderoni."

    CNN Transcript Sep 13, 2006

  • You and I, til the day we die, said you'd never leave me lonely, fly tenderoni but you phony

    anasthesia Diary Entry

  • Obviously he has found the fountain of youth in that young tenderoni that he brought as his guest.

    Bossip

  • Danny Gokey actually managed to squeeze some soul out of "P. Y.T" 's terrible tenderoni lyrics and won his thoroughly enjoyable performance won the night-without invoking his dead wife.

    IGN TV

  • No matter what I came here to do ... we really ain't go nowhere to go, 'cause your my tenderoni.

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • Sanni, the tenderoni of Tom Wait's soundalike Don Chambers, sings in both English and German and, for those monolinguists out there, even though you may not always understand the lyrics it sounds so beautiful that it really doesn't matter.

    The Devil Has The Best Tuna

  • Those men,” Kiki pointed toward the club, “want a fine, young tenderoni such as myself.

    Déjà Vu

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