Possessing or exhibiting tact; considerate and discreet: a tactful person; a tactful remark. (adjective)
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Use "tactful" in a sentence
"I would have tried to remain tactful, but I definitely would have spoken up."
"Once the business is given the tools needed to streamline its processes, it's crucial for IT to remain tactful."
"Such, then, is the man who observes the mean, whether he be called tactful or ready-witted."