Delicately [adverb]

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Our last option is made entirely of aluminum, inside and out, so it’s a great choice if you don’t want the pressure of taking care of delicate glass.

Seeking something that was “fresh yet delicate,” according to Gjerde, they landed on a cuvée comprised of 48% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Noir, and 12% Pinot Meunier.

In the podcast, I think iO walks a delicate line between journalism and inserting himself into the story, and he does it incredibly well!

It takes very little energy to break up pairs of electrons in a superconductor, and these pairs break up into free electrons, potentially leading to energy exchanges that can destroy the superconductor’s delicate state.

Such a delicate structure could have formed only through an equally delicate, gentle process.

This protects the delicate inner eye from everything the world might throw at it.

As you whiff the smell of fresh coffee or delicate wine, individual scent molecules grab onto receptors lining the inside of your nose.

Carrying along delicate cameras, lights and laser scanners made it extra tricky.

Portuguese snuff seemed to be in favor and was delicately perfumed.

He held the pin delicately between finger and thumb, and controlled her with his roguish eyes.