He tops the concoction with a shot of bourbon and delicately spoons in a couple ice cubes.
I just found it depressingly tone deaf for a show that typically handles these sensitive issues so delicately.
The establishment has to tiptoe around her and handle her delicately.
Her part in the altercation is riveting: at one point, she delicately moves her dress train out of the way.
PANKISI GORGE, Georgia—The mother of martyrs, a woman in her fifties, is delicately beautiful and visibly in pain.
The noble Paymaster of the Forces hinted, delicately indeed and remotely, at this subject.
I cannot see any more, because, as I have delicately suggested, I am a heavy man.
These were pale green in colour, ribbed, and delicately netted with cross-lines.
With some embarrassment he delicately, timidly, hinted his apprehensions.
Every luxury was hers; the most beautiful clothes and jewels, and the most delicious and delicately cooked food.
late 14c., "self-indulgent, loving ease; delightful; sensitive, easily hurt; feeble," from Latin delicatus "alluring, delightful, dainty," also "addicted to pleasure, luxurious, effeminate;" of uncertain origin; related by folk etymology (and perhaps genuinely) to deliciae "a pet," and delicere "to allure, entice" (see delicious). Meaning "easily broken" is recorded from 1560s.