She'll say I've been very dishonest or indelicate, or something of that kind.
Of course it would be indelicate, if not unfeeling, to ask her about it.
It seems an indelicate thing for a lady to speak of to a gentleman.
It is so unfeminine and indelicate for young ladies to have appetites.
But no indelicate thought or vulgar word could have been shaped or uttered in their presence.
I would not be so indelicate as to require them on such an occasion.
As much as I hate to mention a matter so indelicate, I must, because it concerns us.
I said: “We will not go into details; the picture always seemed to me indelicate.”
She uttered some indelicate phrase, but I performed no act with her.
Instead of being crude, direct, indelicate, they were subtle and misleading.