noun, plural in·del·i·ca·cies for 2.
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Words nearby indelicacy
Example sentences from the Web for indelicacy
As for the indelicacy and folly of leaving such documents to chance, he cursed it sorely.Marriage la mode|Mrs. Humphry Ward
There was an indelicacy about the General's speech, to her manner of thinking.Mary Gray|Katharine Tynan
Winona had been quite unpleasantly shocked at Dave's indelicacy, but her mother had been frivolous throughout the affair.The Wrong Twin|Harry Leon Wilson
Such an interchange of the terms would imply arrogance or indelicacy.
In that case the under garments are never taken off, and no consciousness of impropriety or indelicacy of feeling is manifested.A New Guide for Emigrants to the West|J. M. Peck