: Those clothes are made from delicate lace.
: The negotiations were very delicate.
*: There are some things too delicate and too sacred to be handled rudely without injury to truth.
: Her face was delicate.
: The spider wove a delicate web.
: There was a delicate pattern of frost on the window.
: Set the washing machine to the delicate cycle.
: delicate behaviour; delicate attentions; delicate thoughtfulness
: a delicate child; delicate health
*: a delicate and tender prince
: Please dont speak so loudly: Im feeling a bit delicate this morning.
*: Þenk þat diues for hus delicat lyf to þe deuel wente.
*: Haerlem is a very delicate town and hath one of the fairest churches of the Gothic design I had ever seen.
: a delicate dish; delicate flavour
*: [[w:Michael Cassio|Cassio]]: She’s a most exquisite lady.…Indeed, she’s a most fresh and delicate creature.
: a delicate shade of blue
: a delicate taste; a delicate ear for music
: a delicate thermometer
: Dont put that in with your jeans: its a delicate!
: With abstinence all delicates he sees. — Dryden.
: All the vessels, then, which our delicates have, — those I mean that would seem to be more fine in their houses than their neighbours, — are only of the Corinth metal. — Holland.
*: The sensitive faculty most part overrules reason, the soul is carried hoodwinked, and the understanding captive like a beast.
: Max is very sensitive; he cried today because of the bad news.
: Religion is often a sensitive topic of discussion and should be avoided when dealing with foreign business associates.
*: Swedenborg was one of the leading savants of Europe; it would be absurd to place any of our sensitives on the same intellectual level.[[Category:en:Emotions]]----