Definitions

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  • adj. satisfying generally accepted social or esthetic standards

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "Well," decided the King, "I suppose my Magic Staff will produce the things you crave; if you are lacking in good taste it is not my fault."

    Love Letters

  • As we have been obliged to review accusations on Lady Byron founded on old Greek tragedy, so now we are forced to abridge a passage from a modern conversations-lexicon, that we may understand what sort of comparisons are deemed in good taste in a conservative English review, when speaking of ladies of rank in their graves.

    Lady Byron Vindicated

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