- tact·less·ly, adverb
- tact·less·ness, noun
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How to use tactless in a sentence
And if Lennon was tactless, McCartney was a natural diplomat.What It Was Like to Watch the Beatles Become the Beatles—Nik Cohn Remembers | Nik Cohn | February 9, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Maybe it was a little tactless for Sandy Powell to act so unimpressed with her third Oscar.
Was it the tactless non-invitation to Queen Elizabeth II to the D-Day commemoration?
It happens that I am myself a tactless sort of a person, not skillful at avoiding saying what I mean.The Book of Life: Vol. I Mind and Body; Vol. II Love and Society | Upton Sinclair
After this tactless outburst, Aunt Gretchen came about and sailed out of the conservatory."And That's How It Was, Officer" | Ralph Sholto
For a Prime Minister this outburst was regarded as a little tactless; its essential wisdom has been justified by the event.
I won his affection by some sort of reminiscent impression which I shall not be tactless enough to explain to you.Creditors; Pariah | August Strindberg
After that tactless remark, the four brothers-in-law began to feel envious of Raven.A Treasury of Eskimo Tales | Clara Kern Bayliss