He tops the concoction with a shot of bourbon and delicately spoons in a couple ice cubes.
I just found it depressingly tone deaf for a show that typically handles these sensitive issues so delicately.
The establishment has to tiptoe around her and handle her delicately.
Her part in the altercation is riveting: at one point, she delicately moves her dress train out of the way.
PANKISI GORGE, Georgia—The mother of martyrs, a woman in her fifties, is delicately beautiful and visibly in pain.
The noble Paymaster of the Forces hinted, delicately indeed and remotely, at this subject.
The head and neck, in winter, are delicately pencilled with dusky lines.
These were pale green in colour, ribbed, and delicately netted with cross-lines.
The enemy's bullets pattered upon it: still he adjusted it delicately.
Every luxury was hers; the most beautiful clothes and jewels, and the most delicious and delicately cooked food.
late 14c., "self-indulgent, loving ease; delightful; sensitive, easily hurt; feeble," from Latin delicatus "alluring, delightful, dainty," also "addicted to pleasure, luxurious, effeminate;" of uncertain origin; related by folk etymology (and perhaps genuinely) to deliciae "a pet," and delicere "to allure, entice" (see delicious). Meaning "easily broken" is recorded from 1560s.