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To put it indelicately, he was terribly out of shape.
Heads of the state are indelicately discouraged from showing up.
Let herself laugh a little too long, even indelicately.
That had thrown him out of kilter, to put it indelicately.
As one commentator indelicately put it, "Martin is taking a bullet for the boys".
As he puts it so indelicately, "I'm starving to death."
Adrenaline, as combat instructors indelicately put it, would now be running down her leg.
No, madam, we have not, as you so indelicately put it, got each other."
"Those were my shades you vanquished so indelicately on the plains.
Affronted by the notion of such a fine fighting animal being consumed so indelicately.
All crashing elbows, skinning knees, and able only to reverse indelicately into position.
Makeshift robes shifted indelicately as she gained her feet.
I might embarrass you by talking indelicately ... or even looking.
But that delicate line is most indelicately perceptible.
The priest pressed her to confess, saying, rather indelicately, "You might as well know you are going to die."
Gary Sheffield, baseball's bull in a china shop, has indelicately brought attention to a delicate subject.
Then she spit it out again, indelicately.
He kneeled back down and indelicately stuck his face into her crotch.
Now his stomach rumbled indelicately and he was ravenous.
Providence, your guardian angel, living right, whatever," he indelicately, indifferently goes on.
He didn't think she'd appreciate how indelicately an Orion medic could place the same intravenous lines.
And with a whoop of laughter she reached across and thumbed him indelicately.
To put it indelicately, it's bone stupid.
Many believed the team had aged indelicately after winning the 1998 World Cup and the 2000 European championship.
In a picture on a flier tucked among the shrubs, a police officer announces, just as indelicately, that he is looking for a restroom.
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