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1, Alex tactfully refrained from further comment.
2, She tactfully discouraged their uninvited guests from staying longer.
3, He stopped, uncertain how to put the question tactfully.
4, She put it very tactfully.
5, She tactfully skirted around the subject of money.
6, The advice wasn't very tactfully worded.
7, I tactfully suggested he should see a doctor.
8, The declaration was carefully/cleverly/tactfully, etc. phrased.
9, You dealt with an awkward situation very tactfully.
10, She refused his offer tactfully , allowing him to go away with his pride intact.
11, Tactfully, we avoid direct eye contact.
12, He tactfully looked the other way and did not pause in his stride.
13, He then proceeded tactfully to admonish the theorists of botany in order to protect the practitioners of gardening.
14, His hairdresser had said tactfully that short back and sides was no longer an unquestioned good thing.
15, With these words of faint praise,(Sentencedict.com) Maskelyne tactfully conceded a few major flaws in the lunar distance method.
16, And the administration tactfully distanced itself from Reich when he said any welfare reform ought to include corporate welfare as well.
17, She tried to fob him off tactfully at first, but then he became brutal.
18, Tactfully expressed, open-ended questions will need to be used to obtain maximum response from the patient.
19, If there is any doubt, the cashier should tactfully try to obtain proof of identity, e.g. passport or driving licence.
20, Joseph Pease, the board's president, approved a tactfully worded reply to the Dronfield parents.
21, The situation was only saved when the Aztec tactfully pointed out that each piece was worth two loads of gold.
22, Nurses can help these patients by first observing tactfully whether or not they can read and write.
23, The hostess rang and asked tactfully and hesitantly if I felt like it.
24, It was tactfully conveyed to Baldwin that he would be welcome to stay for dinner but not afterwards.
25, We have at times withdrawn tactfully from a weak sponsor to align with a new sponsor who is more powerful. 5.
26, Vaughan accompanied Elizabeth Mowbray and her daughter to London and, on arrival,(http://sentencedict.com/tactfully.html) smoothed their path ably and tactfully.
27, Maybe she could have handled that a little more tactfully instead of sounding as though she was throwing her weight around.
28, As I climbed the stairs I wondered if I could handle the present situation calmly and tactfully even a bit subserviently.
29, The two become fast friends and Herbert gently and tactfully instructs Pip in social behaviour appropriate for a gentleman.
30, Creative people can be hostile to research, and your findings should be tactfully presented and not issued as orders.
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