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  • adjective Not tasteful.


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un- +‎ tasteful


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  • To be honest Mileys one "untasteful" photo looks like the little girl from the Les Meserable play and nobodies ever made such a fuss over a playboard before and i'm not sure how young i was when i seen it but i couldn't have been much older then most of her fans anyways.

    Video: Annie Leibovitz and Miley Cyrus: Vanity Fair Fair, Vanity 2008

  • # posted by blondie : 8:42 PM oh. . . it's not all that "untasteful", albeit very cliche'd as of about 1989, it's all just a matter of taste I guess.

    The Guitar Superdork Returns 2005

  • Besides the fact that the interior is untasteful and that it seems to be really energy inefficient I like the house just because of the look of the roof.

    Highbury House in Queensland, Australia 2009

  • Total and utter codswallop, as the following untasteful graphic from a recent story in the Times illustrates.

    Another economic myth Patrick Vessey 2009

  • Agree with Suzanne that Tooters avatars are the biz, I am looking a right untasteful eyefull at the moment thanks to getting the correct sentence.

    Tooter Claxton weighs in with his Muscle Man, and a Maze, too Bettina Tizzy 2008

  • Whether we think it's a little untasteful to show the photo in that manner, Matt is right about saying that at least we didn't drag his body through the streets.

    I will rearrange your scales, if I can 2006

  • We would all like to believe that we are above such untasteful things like revenge and execution, but we can only contemplate these things because of the vast violence that is applied on our behalf.

    "That I could feel pity for him struck the Iraqis with whom I talked as evidence of a profound moral corruption." Ann Althouse 2006

  • Add to this untasteful fondue his advisors who are all from Kerala.

    Why are South Indians so smart? Steve Sailer 2002

  • It is customary to allow the guests to form their own quartettes, for in this manner they will usually find table companions who will be congenial -- and a most unfortunate occurrence at a "high tea," or in fact any reception, is a seating arrangement untasteful to the guests themselves.

    Book of Etiquette, Volume 2 Lillian Eichler Watson

  • For all that, there was nothing absolutely untasteful about Elvine's surroundings.

    The Forfeit Ridgwell Cullum 1905


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