delicate definition

  • adjective:
    • Pleasing on sensory faculties, particularly in a subtle way: a delicate taste; a delicate violin passageway.
    • Exquisitely good or dainty: delicate china.
    • Frail in constitution or wellness.
    • Effortlessly damaged or damaged: a kite also delicate to fly.
    • Marked by sensitiveness of discrimination: a critic's delicate perception.
    • Considerate of the emotions of others.
    • focused on propriety.
    • Squeamish or fastidious.
    • needing tactful therapy: a delicate circumstance.
    • good or smooth connected or ability: a surgeon's fragile touch.
    • Measuring, suggesting, or answering really small changes; exact: a delicate pair of scales.
    • Very simple in distinction or distinction.
    • quickly damaged or calling for careful maneuvering.
    • Characterized by an excellent structure or slim outlines.
    • meant for use with delicate items.
    • Of weak wellness, effortlessly unwell.
    • Unwell, particularly due to having drunk an excessive amount of alcoholic beverages.
    • Addicted to pleasure; luxurious; voluptuous; alluring.
    • Pleasing to the sensory faculties; refinedly agreeable; ergo, adapted to kindly a nice or cultivated taste; great; good; elegant
    • Small and shapely; beautiful; graceful.”
    • Fine or slender; min; not coarse; -- stated of a thread, or the love.
    • minor or smooth; light and yielding; -- said of texture.
    • smooth and reasonable; -- said of your skin or a surface
    • Light, or softly tinted; -- stated of a color.
    • Refined; mild; scrupulous never to trespass or upset; considerate; -- stated of ways, conduct, or thoughts
    • Tender; not able to withstand hardship; feeble; frail; effeminate; -- said of constitution, health, etc.
    • needing cautious managing; to not ever be rudely or hastily handled; great; crucial.
    • Of exacting tastes and habits; dainty; fastidious.
    • Nicely discriminating or perceptive; refinedly critical; painful and sensitive; exquisite
    • suffering from minor factors; showing small changes.
    • tough to handle; calling for great tact
    • exquisitely good and subtle and pleasing; prone to damage
    • of an instrument or unit; capable of registering moment variations or modifications precisely
    • created with extreme delicacy and subtlety
    • marked by great ability especially in meticulous method
    • effortlessly harmed
    • effortlessly broken or damaged or damaged
    • Pleasing towards the senses, especially in a subtle way: a delicate flavor; a delicate violin passageway.
    • Exquisitely good or dainty: delicate china.
    • Frail in constitution or health.
    • quickly damaged or damaged: a kite also fine to travel.
    • Marked by susceptibility of discrimination: a critic's delicate perception.
    • Considerate associated with emotions of other people.
    • focused on propriety.
    • Squeamish or fastidious.
    • needing tactful treatment: a delicate scenario.
    • Fine or smooth contact or skill: a surgeon's delicate touch.
    • Measuring, showing, or answering really small modifications; exact: a delicate set of machines.
    • really subtle in difference or difference.
    • Effortlessly damaged or calling for cautious control.
    • described as an excellent structure or thin lines.
    • meant for use with fragile things.
    • Of weak wellness, effortlessly ill.
    • Unwell, specially considering having drunk too-much alcoholic beverages.
    • dependent on pleasure; luxurious; voluptuous; alluring.
    • Pleasing on sensory faculties; refinedly agreeable; hence, modified to kindly a good or cultivated taste; great; good; elegant
    • Minor and shapely; beautiful; graceful.”
    • good or slender; minute; perhaps not coarse; -- stated of a thread, or even the want.
    • Slight or smooth; light and yielding; -- said of surface.
    • Soft and fair; -- said of the skin or a surface
    • Light, or lightly tinted; -- said of a color.
    • processed; mild; scrupulous not to trespass or upset; considerate; -- said of manners, conduct, or emotions
    • Tender; unable to withstand hardship; feeble; frail; effeminate; -- said of constitution, wellness, etc.
    • calling for mindful maneuvering; not to be rudely or hastily managed; good; critical.
    • Of exacting tastes and habits; dainty; fastidious.
    • Nicely discriminating or perceptive; refinedly crucial; painful and sensitive; exquisite
    • impacted by small factors; showing small changes.
    • tough to manage; requiring great tact
    • exquisitely good and refined and pleasing; prone to damage
    • of an instrument or product; with the capacity of registering min variations or modifications properly
    • created with extreme delicacy and subtlety
    • marked by great ability particularly in careful technique
    • effortlessly injured
    • quickly damaged or damaged or destroyed
  • noun:
    • A delicate product of clothes, specifically underwear or lingerie.
    • a selection dainty; a delicacy.
    • A delicate, luxurious, or effeminate person.
    • A choice dainty; a delicacy.
    • A delicate, luxurious, or effeminate individual.
    • some thing savory, luscious, or delicious; a delicacy; a dainty.
    • A fastidious person.
    • A delicate item of garments, particularly undies or underwear.
    • an option dainty; a delicacy.
    • A delicate, luxurious, or effeminate individual.
    • A choice dainty; a delicacy.
    • A delicate, luxurious, or effeminate person.
    • One thing savory, luscious, or tasty; a delicacy; a dainty.
    • A fastidious person.
  • others:
    • Pleasing to your of the sensory faculties, specifically to the sense of style; dainty; delicious: against coarse or harsh.
    • pleasant; wonderful; charming.
    • good in characteristic details; minutely perfect in sort; exquisite in form, proportions, finish, texture, fashion, or perhaps the want; nice; dainty; charming: as, a delicate being; a delicate skin or textile; fragile tints.
    • Of an excellent or processed constitution; processed.
    • kind in construction or operation; exquisitely adjusted or adjusted; minutely accurate or ideal: as, a delicate piece of apparatus; a delicate balance or spring.
    • calling for nicety in action; becoming approached or done with caution; precarious; ticklish: as, a delicate surgical operation; a delicate subject of discussion.
    • sweet in perception or action; exquisitely severe or dexterous; carefully painful and sensitive or exact; deft: since, a delicate touch; a delicate performer or performance.
    • sweet in forms; managed by min observance of propriety, or by awareness of the opinions and feelings of others; processed: as, fine behavior or ways; a delicate target.
    • Susceptible to infection or injury; of a tender constitution; feeble; incapable of endure hardship: because, a delicate frame or constitution; delicate health.
    • sweet in perception of what's pleasant to the sensory faculties or the intellect; peculiarly sensitive to beauty, equilibrium, or their particular opposites; dainty; fastidious: because, a delicate taste; a delicate eye for shade.
    • packed with satisfaction; luxurious; magnificent; wonderful.
    • Synonyms nice, tasty, palatable, savory. Fastidious, discriminating. Fragile.
    • Pleasing to virtually any for the sensory faculties, particularly toward feeling of style; dainty; delicious: in opposition to coarse or harsh.
    • Agreeable; delightful; charming.
    • good in characteristic details; minutely perfect in type; exquisite in type, proportions, finish, surface, manner, or even the want; good; dainty; charming: because, a delicate being; a delicate skin or material; fine tints.
    • Of a superb or refined constitution; refined.
    • sweet in building or operation; exquisitely modified or adjusted; minutely precise or suitable: as, a delicate piece of system; a delicate balance or springtime.
    • needing nicety in action; become approached or performed with care; precarious; ticklish: since, a delicate medical procedure; a delicate subject of conversation.
    • sweet in perception or activity; exquisitely intense or dexterous; finely sensitive and painful or exact; deft: because, a delicate touch; a delicate performer or performance.
    • kind in types; controlled by minute observance of propriety, or by focus on the views and thoughts of other people; processed: as, fine behavior or ways; a delicate target.
    • vunerable to condition or damage; of a tender constitution; feeble; not able to withstand hardship: since, a delicate framework or constitution; fragile wellness.
    • kind in perception of what is pleasant into the sensory faculties or the intellect; peculiarly responsive to beauty, balance, or their opposites; dainty; fastidious: since, a delicate style; a delicate attention for shade.
    • filled with pleasure; luxurious; sumptuous; wonderful.
    • Synonyms pleasing, delicious, palatable, savory. Fastidious, discriminating. Fragile.

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