Word usage examples
Woodbury Common during their Tenderfoot exercise, claimed to have crawled around their bivvy bags and joked that he was now going to be a mercenary in Bosnia.
He covered the twenty yards across our drive in a tenderfooted stumble, Killer gaining with every leap.
As long as the boom continues, and foreigners and tenderfeet pour their money in, the business will look prosperous.
It was usual for any tenderfoot on a cow ranch or a cattle drive to be given a bad horse just as a joke.
Most of the tall tales about grizzlies have been spun around camp fires to impress a tenderfoot or tourist and even more have been poured out of a bottle of rye whisky.
It was a perfect place for a settlement, as I p'inted out, but tenderfoots is powerful pecooliar.
I stayed longer'n I intended to, it was sech a relief to get away from them helpless tenderfoots for a while, and when I rode back into camp, I seen Ned approaching with a stranger—a young white man, which carried hisself with a air of great importance.
I'm not citified like some of these tenderfoots who haul produce from door to door out in the suburbs.
Haply, with his accu racy, had reported the private details of Pugmire's forthcoming merger with Superfoods and had made it abundantly clear Pugmire benefited far more than his shareholders in General Stores who were barely consulted on the terms of the merger.
Johnjohn and Havergill were furious that this had been done without consultation, and the other banker, Southerby of Blacs, who was merchant-banking the Superfoods takeover, was equally upset that he had been caught off balance.