tender (n.)
offer, offering
Cym I.vii.208.1[Iachimo to Innogen] I have outstood my time, which is material / To th'tender of our present
E3 II.i.315[King Edward to Warwick] These are the vulgar tenders of false men [i.e. things offered in payment]
Ham I.iii.103[Polonius to Ophelia, of Hamlet] Do you believe his tenders, as you call them?
Ham I.iii.106[Polonius to Ophelia] Think yourself a baby / That you have ta'en these tenders for true pay / Which are not sterling [pun: 107]
Ham I.iii.99[Ophelia to Polonius, of Hamlet] He hath, my lord, of late made many tenders / Of his affection to me
KJ V.vii.106[Salisbury to Prince Henry, for himself and the lords] the like tender of our love we make, / To rest without a spot for evermore
LC.219[of gifts from the woman's suitors] Of pensived and subdued desires the tender
LLL II.i.171[King to Princess, of her welcome] As honour ... may / Make tender of to thy true worthiness
MA II.iii.178[Don Pedro to Claudio, of Beatrice] If she should make tender of her love
MND III.ii.87[Demetrius to himself, of sleep] debt that bankrupt sleep doth sorrow owe, / Which now in some slight measure it will pay, / If for his tender here I make some stay
Sonn.83.4[]you did exceed / The barren tender of a poet's debt
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