Definition of tactfulness in English:

tactfulness

Pronunciation /ˈtak(t)fəlnəs/ /ˈtæk(t)fəlnəs/

noun

See tactful

‘More than that, it is the essence of delicacy and tactfulness in American film.’
  • ‘Another way is to ensure that managers are well trained in the art of tactfulness and diplomacy and given plenty of opportunity to experience living and working in different cultures.’
  • ‘I had never been able to let go of caution, even when the constant tactfulness and consideration became painful.’
  • ‘Your diplomacy, responsible nature and tactfulness will make you popular at your workplace.’
  • ‘‘Harry is a next door neighbor,’ apologized Adam, in a whisper, ‘and is not known for his tactfulness.’’