[ UK /tˈeɪstfəl/ ]
[ US /ˈteɪstfəɫ/ ]
[ US /ˈteɪstfəɫ/ ]
- having or showing or conforming to good taste
How To Use tasteful In A Sentence
- From the tastefully appointed mosaic inlays and concaved walls adorned with statues and his paintings, the mosaic swimming pool and Japanese garden with plenty of creature comforts, make for unforgettable ambiance. San Antonio
- He is often admired for his tasteful shirts, cool strides and groovy haircuts.
- Tasteful decor, melodious songs and shafts of sunlight from the ample windows provide the perfect ambience for appreciating the subtleties and splendours of curry cuisine.
- Tasteful engraving highlighted these silver mounts and inlays, as well as the case-hardened lock.
- Hmph. I not only sneer at the ornateness of the furniture, I sneer at the people who purchase such trash, and in fact, it is so distasteful, I regret I must extend that sneer to include the entire nation. Rare Michael Jackson Portrait By Andy Warhol Up For Sale
- The risottos change daily, and the one I sampled was well made and tastefully dotted with bits of fresh zucchini and shrimp.
- From the sunlit atrium with its glass elevator to the tasteful rooms and thoughtful service, this hotel shines with refined comfort.
- Nekkid girls and boobies alert, distasteful showiness of much skin, and they all wanna fight each other in order to be the Queen of wherever the heck they are. Anime Preview: Spring 2009 First Impressions – Batch 1 « Undercover
- I don't know that I'd go so far as to call our Mardi Gras tasteful I'm looking forward to the all-girl Camel Toe Steppers marching group tomorrow night, for example, but yeah, we're Miss Manners in comparison to this float. "If we had people dancing on top of dead bodies that would indeed be disrespectful."
- His classical treatment of the subject is worth serious reference; for it should be realised that Lincoln, who had both to learn his new trade of statecraft and to exercise it in a terrible emergency, did so with a large part of each day necessarily consumed by worrying and distasteful tasks of a much paltrier kind. Abraham Lincoln