delicately

[ del-i-kit ]SEE DEFINITION OF delicately

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DELICATELY

"Wait a minute," said Reid, his long, delicately shaped fingers trembling.

They were delicately pencilled, and Amory watched her and noted them.

I cannot see any more, because, as I have delicately suggested, I am a heavy man.

With some embarrassment he delicately, timidly, hinted his apprehensions.

It was an old hand, delicately white, with large finger-joints.

The nose was long, prominent, and delicately sharp in the nostril.

The sea-breeze was soft as silk, the afternoon sunshine was delicately brilliant.

But at that moment a delicately mocking voice greeted their ears.

And you, Lyle, must break this matter to my dear Emma as delicately and tenderly as you can.

This morning she was as dainty as a fresh-blown pink, and as delicately sweet.

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