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Common misspellings for tend:

temd, tind, tened, ltend, tnd, ternd, tean, tnen, printes, tendo, tendt, itend, tende, thend.

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Examples of usage for tend:

  1. This last bandage will tend to prevent swelling, which is liable to occur, the result of the dependent position in which the animal is forced by nature to keep the injured limb. "Special Report on Diseases of Cattle" , U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler.
  2. Where the arguments tend to show that all animals and plants are descended from a common source we find them much the same as Buffon's, or as those of Erasmus Darwin or Lamarck, and have nothing to say against them; where, on the other hand, they aim at proving that the main means of modification has been the fact that if an animal has been " favoured" it will be " preserved"- then we think that the animal's own exertions will, in the long run, have had more to do with its preservation than any real or fancied " favour." "Luck or Cunning?" , Samuel Butler.
  3. Wealth, population and power are, after all, only valuable, as they tend to improve, increase, and secure the mass of human virtue and happiness. "Observations on the Effects of the Corn Laws, and of a Rise or Fall in the Price of Corn on the Agriculture and General Wealth of the Country" , Thomas Malthus.

Quotes for tend:

  1. With weak balance sheets, banks tend to continue lending unprofitable businesses and leave them existing. - Toshihiko Fukui
  2. We tend to read each other's books in sizeable chunks as they are written. I don't know that you could say we are ruthless with each other- in fact, I suppose we are very kind. There are ways to make suggestions which are not destructive. - Jonathan Kellerman
  3. People tend to associate anyone who looks and behaves differently with illegal or immoral activity. - Marilyn Manson
  4. So that what you tend to see is someone like a Rush Limbaugh, he's the classic case because he's the most successful, he didn't sort of like come out of his mother's womb with the highest ratings in the country. - Robert McChesney
  5. In all intellectual debates, both sides tend to be correct in what they affirm, and wrong in what they deny. - John Stuart Mill

Idioms for tend:

  1. tend toward sth
  2. tend to do sth
  3. tend toward
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