from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Lacking flavor; insipid.
- adj. Not having or showing good taste.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having no flavour; bland, insipid
- adj. Lacking delicacy, refinement and good taste; unbecoming, crass.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having no taste; insipid; flat.
- adj. Destitute of the sense of taste; or of good taste.
- adj. Not in accordance with good taste.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no taste.
- Incapable of the sense of taste: as, the tongue when furred is nearly tasteless.
- Having no power of giving pleasure; stale; insipid; uninteresting; dull.
- Not in accordance with the principles of good taste.
- Destitute of the power to appreciate or enjoy what is excellent, beautiful, or harmonious; having bad or false taste: as, a tasteless age.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking flavor
- adj. lacking aesthetic or social taste
It's not like people have never seen others dressed up in tasteless costumes behaving like idiots.
The commercialization, selfish grab-assing, and frequent corruption and fraud that goes with it is just plain tasteless to me.
“Sometimes people respond in tasteless ways, sometimes in artistic ways.”
That being said, I wouldn't call it "tasteless" - I felt like her being on the show was actually showing support for her husband.
A: Sedum sexangular (S. sexanulare), also commonly called tasteless stonecrop, is extremely tolerant of cold conditions.
What is new is the fear Showtime seems to have about being called tasteless, or worse.
ARDEN: No. Actually, arsenic is colorless, and odorless, and tasteless, which is one good thing, if you ` re trying to poison someone.
"It's a very damaging mistake," the piece avers: "the idea that sniffing out the tasteless is the same thing as taste."
So now the city the way New Year Most people choose to become two: one is to set a table in the hotel Fanzhuang, 30 wild night at a meal, then come home to see that dozens of Taiwanese chewing years, "tasteless" - Spring Festival; the other is the family to travel in the New Year outside. fact, to say follow the fashion, travel, or set a table for two I do, but why do I forget all the people is being gradually forgotten the sense of a deep sense of "festive" and deep deep invasion in the New Year's share of deep affection.
As a general rule Midtown Lunch tends to be anti-frozen yogurt (especially the "healthy" aka tasteless kind) but here's one for all you closeted Tasti D fans.
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