[ US /ˈteɪstɫəs/ ]
[ UK /tˈe‍ɪstləs/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking flavor
  2. lacking aesthetic or social taste
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How To Use tasteless In A Sentence

  • Let's just say it's a platform on which comedians can showcase not only their style, but also the outer limits of their tastelessness.
  • An exception is tartrate crystal deposits that look like granules of white sugar but are tasteless and can easily be removed.
  • Black can come from charcoal, which is tasteless and harmless.
  • Their blueberry sauce managed to be thick but watery and tasteless at the same time.
  • I hope their bland, tasteless products never pass my lips ever again.
  • It's a very damaging mistake," the piece avers: "the idea that sniffing out the tasteless is the same thing as taste. 'Highbrow Fight Club'
  • After several years of settling for low-fat - and often tasteless - alternatives in the name of health, consumers have decided they deserve something better, something indulgent.
  • It is odorless, colorless, tasteless, does not cause cancer, does not cause asthma. Victor Stenger: Global Warming and Religion
  • People often complain that tomatoes sold in supermarkets are bland and tasteless compared with those fresh from the vine.
  • What is new is the fear Showtime seems to have about being called tasteless, or worse. Multiple Persona Follies
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