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1. dainty dainty


She was a small, dainty child, unlike her sister.
She was born for all that is beautiful and dainty.
His dainty chicken feet, joined to spindly legs, are complemented by large, grand wings – spread open, but tangled and ungainly
'[Chefs are] all self-obsessed, delicate, dainty, insecure little souls and absolute psychopaths.'
I don't know why you're so dainty suddenly.
Umm, you know, it’s a wall, it doesn’t have a huge amount of decoration and lots of little dainty flourishes, you know, it has, umm, some turrets and some, uhh, crenellations is what it’s called when the wall kind of goes up and down at the top, but
Few boys are dainty about their food.

Inglés palabradélicat"(dainty) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fiches du livre - "Glove Lore" (Unknown)
Fiches du livre - "Fun and Nonsense" (Willard Bonte)
Fiches du livre - "A Child's Story Garden" (Various)
Fiches du livre - "A Moral Alphabet" (Hilaire Belloc)
Fiches du livre - "Piccaninnies" (Isabel Maud Peac...

2. fastidious fastidious


He is very fastidious about how a suitcase should be packed. giving too much attention to small details and wanting everything to be correct and perfect
Public broadcasting services should operate in solidarity with viewers of more demanding or fastidious tastes as well.

Inglés palabradélicat"(fastidious) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fiches du livre - "Our Katie" (Anonymous)
Fiches du livre - "Th' Barrel Organ" (Edwin Waugh)
Fiches du livre - "Fiscal Ballads" (Harry Graham)
Fiches du livre - "Home Again" (George MacDonald)
Fiches du livre - "The Choice 1916" (Edith Wharton)

3. delicate


He is delicate.
Japanese women tend to look tiny and delicate.
Keeping Mario in a state in which he can throw fireballs is a delicate process; that newfound power sometimes makes one cocky and careless.
Her physical features are small and delicate, but she has an incredibly loud voice!
The moss is a delicate green fur on fallen logs and rocks, I say to myself.
We respond to the delicate beauty of the cherry blossoms in the spring moonlight.
Oil on canvas can never paint a petal so delicate.
Indeed she is young and beautiful, but she is in delicate health.
Although the web looks soft and delicate, it is strong.
Those who are delicate in health are apt to catch a cold when the cold season sets in.
Sometimes you're too delicate about things.
It's a drama where you can enjoy the delicate workings of a woman's mind.
People are sometimes afraid to hold babies because they are so delicate.
The dancers look delicate in their white dresses, but they are really as strong as horses.

Inglés palabradélicat"(delicate) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fiches du livre - "Plays" (John Davidson)
Fiches du livre - "The Good Girl" (Anonymous)
Fiches du livre - "Quicksilver Sue" (Laura Elizabe...