But there he had the tact to remain in the car, and Mrs. McKee's peace with Tillie was made alone.
"Oh, I guess it wouldn't hurt them," said Yates, with a lack of tact that was not habitual.
In the strength of that conviction he committed a fault of tact.
Pete considered that he was behaving with great discernment and tact.
He was agreeable, too agreeable; he certainly had not bad manners, but he was deficient in tact.
I was touched by the gracefulness and tact of my hosts in not asking me to recite any poetry.
For a long time Wentworth said nothing, and Kenyon had the tact to hold his peace.
It must be, with such genius, tact and experience, all that a weekly periodical can be.
He paused; but with all her tact and social experience, she did not know what to say.
You're supposed to have an awful lot of tact if you're an ambassador, and I'm rather an ass at tact!