What does “Insolent delicacy” mean?

2 answers by real people - What does “Insolent delicacy” mean?

  • 1 month ago

    ‘Delicacy’ can mean sensitivity, and insolent means insulting or maybe obscene, so I’m guessing ‘insolent delicacy’ refers to a situation where one person found another person’s sensitivity disturbing.

    The phrase sounds old-fashioned as if it is from an old book, or maybe translated from another language such as French or Spanish – sometimes these phrases don’t translate well.

  • isles
    5 days ago

    Delicacy Means

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