Definition Of deicate

adjective

a delicate fabric or garment made of such fabric.

It wasn't too long until I discovered her delicates (bras, panties, aerobic outfits, and make-up).

easily broken or damaged; fragile.

delicate china

requiring sensitive or careful handling.

delicate negotiations

very fine in texture or structure; of intricate workmanship or quality.

a spider's web, strong yet delicate

Example Of deicate

  • A delicate white lace shawl rests around her shoulders, draping down the length of her body.

  • And finally the most delicate colour on the map is also the scarcest.

  • Antonio has produced ceramic containers to symbolise this, the containers are at once delicate and fragile, battered and worn, but also sturdy and durable.

  • ‘Leave us to work - this probe is delicate and we need to proceed with a lot of caution,’ he said.

  • Be human in your approach to this delicate situation and the employee will be that much more willing to listen to you.


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