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used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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the ability or act of saying or handling things in such a way that others feel good about them
  • I realized that this was not a tactful question.
    p. 170.4
tactful = considerate of others' feelings
  • Atticus said as tactfully as he could that he just didn't think he could stand a pageant tonight, he was all in.
    p. 339.6
tactfully = in a manner that is considerate of others' feelings
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