Therefore, at the risk of indelicacy, I am going on to ask you a question.
She noticed the indelicacy of this, since he spoke in the house of his employer.
Ellis, already ashamed of the indelicacy of her office, could not press for any reply.
I am sure that a square muffin would be considered an indelicacy.
In that case the under garments are never taken off, and no consciousness of impropriety or indelicacy of feeling is manifested.
He waited for her to flame up at the indelicacy of his intrusion.
In point of fact, she is no more open to the charge of indelicacy than any prominent English novelist of the day.
I was shocked at her indelicacy and did not hesitate to say so.
There was an indelicacy about the General's speech, to her manner of thinking.
Her fine taste recoiled from the indelicacy of the expression.