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- adv. In a tasteless manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a tasteless manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without taste or in poor taste; in a tasteless manner
Those lines were written for her-poorly and tastelessly, which is par for the course for Leno's junior high level writers.
#1: She became mega-successful without having to tastelessly exploit her personal life and while still having one.
They should have said "tastelessly joked," at the very most.
You would have had another highlight in Queen Latifah's song salute to departed stars, but as usual, the crowd ruined it by tastelessly voting for their favorite dead person with their applause.
That Steele can joke so tastelessly about money when he rakes in – what?
He said that come the next baby, he would get his name on both birth certificates: "two for the price of one" he rather tastelessly quipped.
We suspect you will tinker with the interbank lending rate or tastelessly decorate the discount window.
Some of the images are tastelessly timeless, like the anonymous 18th-century etching "Idol-Worship or the Way to Preferment," which shows gentlemen kissing the enormous posterior of Robert Walpole, a politician widely regarded as Britain's first prime minister.
Partially improvised and totally, tastelessly inept, Starz's new sitcom duo — Head Case (10 ET/PT) and Hollywood Residential (10: 30 ET/PT) — represents the latest attempt by a cable network to break into the series business.
His comments could have been tastelessly and thougtlessly made about any candidate or person.
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