indelicate

[ in-del-i-kit ]SEE DEFINITION OF indelicate

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Dear me, ma'am, but when nobody will know it, how can it be indelicate?

Of course it would be indelicate, if not unfeeling, to ask her about it.

"You are indelicate," said she, and though she frowned her eyes laughed.

I should never have suspected you of so indelicate an imagination.

The remonstrant of 1800 said "indelicate," of 1850 "immodest," of 1900 "impractical."

It is so unfeminine and indelicate for young ladies to have appetites.

It was not, however, indelicate to watch Tallis' face closely; it was expected.

I would not be so indelicate as to require them on such an occasion.

None of your swaggerers, and nothing at all indelicate in her motions.

I said: “We will not go into details; the picture always seemed to me indelicate.”

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