In*del"i*ca*cy (?), n.; pl. Indelicacies (#). [From Indelicate.]

The quality of being indelicate; want of delicacy, or of a nice sense of, or regard for, purity, propriety, or refinement in manners, language, etc.; rudeness; coarseness; also, that which is offensive to refined taste or purity of mind.

The indelicacy of English comedy. Blair.

Your papers would be chargeable with worse than indelicacy; they would be immoral. Addison.


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