indelicate : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s in violation of good taste even verging on the indecent
an indelicate remark
- a lacking propriety and good taste in manners and conduct
- s verging on the indecent
an indelicate proposition
- DBS electrodes measure just a millimeter thick, and implanting them is a painstaking procedure that begins with the indelicate task of boring a hole through the skull.
- I posed to them an indelicate question: Are movie stars obsolete? Consternation erupted as the three quickly and forcefully dismissed the idea.
- But, though they use the word regularly in covering dog shows, newspapers and v:ire services were not so indelicate as to call it a bitch.
News & Articles
- MLB Star Roasts Commentator Who Blamed Him for Horrific Injury
MLB pitcher Brandon McCarthy suffered a horrific injury last season when he was nailed in the head with a line drive McCarthy somehow avoided longterm major damage and is back playing this season, but an MLB Network commentator brought the scary moment up again on Wednesday in decidedly indelicate fashion We'll let @HeardOnMLBT, a Twitter account poking fun at the often inane things said on MLB ...
July 12, 2013 - Mashable
- Gary Cohen in Seattle Times
Before Hernandez's shot at Carter, play-by-play man Gary Cohen said: "Regardless of what happens, you can't be any more indelicate or graceless than Gary Carter was in saying the things he said about being available to take over the job. I just...
- David Gregory in NewsBusters (blog)
In his piece, which led the NBC Nightly News, Gregory recalled: "Biden, who admits he has a tendency to bloviate, has made indelicate remarks before. Last year speaking about Indian-Americans:" Viewers saw video from C-SPAN, of Biden in a crowd,...
- Jim Harrison in Detroit Free Press
Some of it's indelicate,Harrison says with a laugh. "It contains actresses' names and dirty stuff. Stacks of it. He writes beautiful letters."