indelicacy indelicacy


  1. (n) the trait of being indelicate and offensive
  2. (n) an impolite act or expression


  1. To give their game the name by which it is known to everyone else is a grave indelicacy when in the company of ping-pong players.
  2. To Almodovar, aside from its indelicacy, such a question is limiting; it suggests, for instance, that gay directors can make only gay films.
  3. So ran the judgment of our Victorian forebears, who could not quite forgive Raphael's best pupil for his indelicacy.
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