INDEL'ICACY, n. [in and delicacy.] Want of delicacy; want of decency in language or behavior, regarding what nature and manners

require to be concealed.

1. Want of a nice sense of propriety, or nice regard to refinement in manners or in the treatment of others; rudeness; coarseness of manners or language; that which is offensive to refined taste or purity of mind.