Synonym: dainty, fine, fragile, frail, light, mild, sensitive, soft, tender. Antonym: coarse, crude, gross, indelicate, rude. Similar words: complicated, deliberately, application, publication, implication, dedicate, indicate, communicate. Meaning: ['delɪkət] adj. 1. exquisitely fine and subtle and pleasing; susceptible to injury 2. marked by great skill especially in meticulous technique 3. easily broken or damaged or destroyed 4. easily hurt 5. developed with extreme delicacy and subtlety 6. difficult to handle; requiring great tact 7. of an instrument or device; capable of registering minute differences or changes precisely.
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1 Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance.
2 I've always been attracted to very feminine, delicate women.
3 The flowers are chosen for their delicate fragrance.
4 He touched the delicate petals with gentle fingers.
5 She has been in delicate health for some time.
6 These delicate plants need careful nurturing.
7 He noticed her long delicate fingers.
8 She is in delicate health.
9 Please don't joke about such a delicate subject.
10 Peaches have delicate skins which are easily bruised.
11 Babies have very delicate skin.
12 She was slender,[www.Sentencedict.com] with delicate wrists and ankles.
13 Large dams have harmed Siberia's delicate ecological balance.
14 The glasses looked very delicate.
15 Its large leaves often show a delicate purple tint.
16 This china is so fine and delicate that it's translucent.
17 The eye is one of the most delicate organs of the body.
18 Her health is delicate.
19 He had delicate hands.
20 Tourists often disturb the delicate balance of nature on the island.
21 Delicate and valuable books are kept in an air-conditioned annexe to the main library.
22 This detector is a very delicate instrument; it'll go wrong if it's mishandled.
23 We're conducting very delicate negotiations.
24 They were tiptoeing around the delicate subject of money.
25 This type of engraving requires a delicate touch.
26 Cooking the vegetable destroys its wonderful delicate flavour.
27 The delicate handicraft works will not bear rough handling.
28 Weeds can quickly choke delicate garden plants.
29 There's something I have to speak to you about - it's a delicate matter .
30 Clear and bright pupil, the MI, long eyelash tremble slightly, white flawless skin with light pink, thin lips like rose petals delicate drips.
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