1. elegance indicated by good taste
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How To Use tastefulness In A Sentence

  • Now, as every drop of sea-water retains the brackishness and saltness of the whole; so every staggering doubt that is an issue of this unbelief hath in it the unsavouriness and distastefulness unto God that is in the whole. The Sermons of John Owen
  • All such placeisms are rooted in prejudicial customs and flower into full distastefulness and unfairness when people hide behind the unspoken prejudice of tradition, religion, or custom and remain either unwilling or unable to judge people as individuals. Sexism, Ageism, and Racism — Just Manifestations of Human Placeism? « L.E. Modesitt, Jr. – The Official Website
  • I also chalk it up to the fact that they're trying to cram his evilness, and his distastefulness down our throats, and a hospital scene would have been, in their eyes, too sympathetic, for Sam. Supernatural: Jump the Shark - Pink Raygun.com
  • Isn't there a point at which one has to realize the distastefulness of it all?
  • She spoke in weary notes, as though self-protection was taking on a certain distastefulness, whispering, 'You can't stay.'
  • The mainstream press regarded the whole unsightly mess with a combination of horrified distastefulness and eager anticipation.
  • As usual the people are divided as to the tastefulness of this design; forty-six percent of those asked reckoned that cheaper bog-standard dunnies should be built instead. PoopReport.com
  • The use of conspicuous colors (yellow, red, and orange) by prey in order to convey distastefulness, or other unpleasant properties, is called aposematism.
  • Hitch then discreetly pans away towards the window, but the lingering distastefulness of this frigid sex scene nevertheless leaves its impact. Archive 2008-01-01
  • These were substantially built of timber and talipots, thatched with cadjans and bamboo leaves, and festooned and decorated as the Singhalese only can decorate - leaves, flowers and fruit being entwined together with so much delicacy and airy tastefulness as to impart an almost fairy-like form to the pavilion.
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