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24 January

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Is it a normal way to say that "you don't have a delicacy" to mean you're insensitive?
Or would you say any other way meaning the person is insensitive, inconsiderate, rude, etc. by using "delicacy"?
Or saying someone is insensitive, inconsiderate and so on sounds more natural and general than any expressions using the word, "delicacy" to mean it?

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