[ UK /tˈe‍ɪstfəli/ ]
[ US /ˈteɪstfəɫi/ ]
  1. with taste; in a tasteful manner
    the house was tastefully decorated
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How To Use tastefully 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
  • The risottos change daily, and the one I sampled was well made and tastefully dotted with bits of fresh zucchini and shrimp.
  • The flower garden was tastefully laid out.
  • This quality hotel has a piano bar, and the bedrooms are tastefully appointed.
  • Cool and airy, it is tastefully converted from an elaborately corniced patisserie. Times, Sunday Times
  • From the deck I watch him negotiate the path to the outhouse, his mouth turned down distastefully.
  • By this time I'd finished three mocha choca lattes and was bouncing around the tastefully decorated - but soulless - coffee house walls.
  • Rooms are tastefully done, with the focus on antique furnishings, canopy beds and plush textiles. Times, Sunday Times
  • Gauzy, beaded, to-the-floor gowns that were slashed at the back (tastefully rather than tartily) made a pleasing antidote to Eighties-style excess. Top stories from Times Online
  • Iggy himself is tastefully arrayed in leather jacket, miniskirt, garters, nylons and heels; dipping and thrusting, hunching and high-kicking, he seems to be in peak condition.
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