- adj. showing skill and sensitivity in dealing with people
“The real reason "pre-adulthood men" a kid-glove euphemism for "slacker" exist at all: The market allows it.”
“Thus, for example, the kid-glove treatment of NATO.”
“The idea is for Ford and Lincoln dealers to focus on bespoke accessories, personal kid-glove service and handling.”
“And here is one of the two places where the speech was least convincing (the other was the kid-glove treatment of the role of Pakistan).”
“Brenda and Lt. Gabriel uncharacteristically clash over her kid-glove handling of a crack addict/murder suspect, and it isn't until recovering alcoholic Fritz tells his wife that an addict can be both a decent person on the surface and a monster that she comes to her senses and nails the loser.”
“Mullin was an expert on both of these inflammatory bowel diseases—which afflict 1 million Americans, one hundred thousand of whom are children—and patients lined up to see him for the kid-glove care he gave to their cases.”
“Too many authors producing uncritical reviews hoping themselves to benefit from kid-glove treatment.”
“Though the Web site was updated much less frequently, we did post stories on the bias of the major news outlets against Gore and their kid-glove treatment of Bush and his widely respected running mate Dick Cheney.”
“Hence, the kid-glove treatment of everything from McCain's war record, to his positions, to his associations, to his character.”
“Far from being grateful for the president's continued support, for his administration's kid-glove handling of the finance sector, and for the generosity of government guarantees, bankers have, like many disillusioned Americans, become contemptuous of the American Presidency.”
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