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1 The situation called for considerable tact.
2 He showed tact in dealing with difficult customers.
3 She showed great tact in dealing with a tricky situation.
4 His tact was exemplary, especially considering the circumstances.
5 Whoever presides will need patience and tact.
6 She pointed out with tact and sensitivity exactly where he had gone wrong.
7 The incident should have been handled with more tact by the police.
8 Tact never was my strong point.
9 With great tact, Clive persuaded her to apologize.
10 Tact is not her strong point, judging by the way she behaved.
11 Their host, who was the soul of tact, never mentioned the incident again.
12 His tact and political skills disarmed his critics.
13 I think you showed admirable tact/restraint/self-control in your answer.
14 Her patience and tact are legendary.
15 She is not exactly known for her tact.
16 It took all her tact and diplomacy to persuade him not to resign.
17 Tact was never Mr Moore's strength.
18 He flayed himself for his lack of tact.
19 Employees are trained to show tact and patience with difficult customers.
20 Does he possess the necessary patience and tact to do the job well?
21 He showed a singular lack of tact in the way he handled the situation.
22 A minister of foreign affairs who lacks tact is a dangerous man.
23 Settling the dispute required great tact and diplomacy.
24 You need a lot of tact to be an air hostess.
25 Her patience and tact were legendary.
26 Mr. Smith is a most suitable candidate for such negotiator since his tact and quickness of mind are equal to the occasion.
27 Smith is a most suitable candidate for such negotiator since his tact and quickness of mind are equal to the occasion.
28 It's a rather delicate situation and you'll need a lot of tact to handle it.
29 Dealing with children who are so damaged calls for immense tact and sensitivity.
30 On this occasion the press have not been intrusive and they have shown great tact.
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