- adj. Not tasty
- un- + tasty (Wiktionary)
“The guilt that accompanies eating is pervasive and untasty.”
“When parents tell children to clean their rooms, eat a healthy but untasty food, dress in appropriate but uncomfortable clothes or do something else against the child's will, it's usually in service of a value system that children don't understand, don't see as their own, or don't understand the consequences of.”
“This turned out to be unecessary, but not untasty. note: these needed to be put into the steamer a few minutes before the mussels, as they take longer to open.”
“Bought less, kept more in the cabinet (warm, hence untasty).”
“I think beer is yucky, untasty, generally unfit for my consumption.”
“It was a symbol of Frank's devotion ... though, in all likelihood, a spectacularly untasty one.”
“She's a dilettante student at the Sorbonne, blowing off her courses in chemistry (of all subjects), spending her almost incalculable free time steeped in food and clothes, concocting untasty little offerings in "the lab," and waging fashion wars against her peers, justifying the efforts as self-defense.”
“Teroro now brought in the rations: breadfruit partially dried and rolled into wads for fermentation; pandanus flour made by baking and grating the untasty fruit, just barely palatable but useful on long trips; dried sweet potatoes, shellfish, coconut meat, bonito hard as rock; more than eighty drinking coconuts; three dozen lengths of watertight bamboo filled with clear water.”
“The next day she wandered some miles farther down the Quah-Davic, till she came to a neighbourhood where the water-meadows were strung thickly along the stream and where the pasturage, though now dry and untasty, was abundant.”
“They were also more likely to eat healthy food, including what they had rated as untasty.”
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