[ UK /tˈɛndəfˌʊt/ ]
  1. an inexperienced person (especially someone inexperienced in outdoor living)
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How To Use tenderfoot In A Sentence

  • The fact is," confidentially, "I may not look it but I am a good deal of a tenderfoot. The Dude Wrangler
  • I guess he is a business tenderfoot.
  • Nothing troubled the woodsman more than being labeled a tenderfoot.
  • The prairie ain't for no tenderfoot, that's for sure.
  • The highest commendatory degree which can be passed upon a man in that country, and the one which distinguishes him from the tenderfoot, is that of being a "sour-dough boy. HOUSEKEEPING IN THE KLONDIKE
  • It was a difficult environment for a tenderfoot.
  • He loses his tenderfoot status and eventually even becomes a rodeo celebrity.
  • I'll take care of the tenderfoot.
  • She wasn't a tenderfoot, and she wasn't going to stop just because she didn't have boots.
  • Nobody will go lightly on him just because he's still something of a tenderfoot.
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