taste|ful

taste|ful
taste|ful «TAYST fuhl», adjective.
1. having good taste. SYNONYM(S): refined.
2. showing or done in good taste: »

The room had tasteful furnishings of rugs, curtains, and furniture in soft colors that went well together.

SYNONYM(S): tasty, pleasing.
taste´ful|ly, adverb.
taste´ful|ness, noun.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • taste´ful|ly — taste|ful «TAYST fuhl», adjective. 1. having good taste. SYNONYM(S): refined. 2. showing or done in good taste: »The room had tasteful furnishings of rugs, curtains, and furniture in soft colors that went well together. SYNONYM(S): tasty,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • taste´ful|ness — taste|ful «TAYST fuhl», adjective. 1. having good taste. SYNONYM(S): refined. 2. showing or done in good taste: »The room had tasteful furnishings of rugs, curtains, and furniture in soft colors that went well together. SYNONYM(S): tasty,… …   Useful english dictionary

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  • dis|taste´ful|ness — dis|taste|ful «dihs TAYST fuhl», adjective. unpleasant; disagreeable; offensive: »a distasteful medicine. Cleaning out the garbage cans is a distasteful task. SYNONYM(S): repugnant. –dis|taste´ful|ly, adverb. –dis|taste´ful|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • dis|taste´ful|ly — dis|taste|ful «dihs TAYST fuhl», adjective. unpleasant; disagreeable; offensive: »a distasteful medicine. Cleaning out the garbage cans is a distasteful task. SYNONYM(S): repugnant. –dis|taste´ful|ly, adverb. –dis|taste´ful|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • dis|taste|ful — «dihs TAYST fuhl», adjective. unpleasant; disagreeable; offensive: »a distasteful medicine. Cleaning out the garbage cans is a distasteful task. SYNONYM(S): repugnant. –dis|taste´ful|ly, adverb. –dis|taste´ful|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • taste — dis·taste·ful; dis·taste·ful·ly; dis·taste·ful·ness; pre·taste; re·taste; taste; taste·able; taste·ful; taste·less; dis·taste; taste·ful·ly; taste·ful·ness; taste·less·ly; taste·less·ness; …   English syllables

  • ful — aw·ful; beau·ti·ful; doubt·ful; dread·ful; faith·ful; ful·crum; ful·fill·ment; ful·go·rid; ful·mi·nate; gust·ful; hope·ful; mer·ci·ful; mer·ci·ful·ly; need·ful; pow·er·ful; stom·ach·ful; won·der·ful; af·fright·ful·ly; bale·ful·ly; bale·ful·ness;… …   English syllables

  • ful´some|ness — ful|some «FUL suhm, FUHL », adjective. 1. so much as to be disgusting; offensive to good taste, especially from being overdone: »He was offended by the fulsome flattery of his work. SYNONYM(S): excessive. 2. Archaic. repulsive; odious. 3.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ful´some|ly — ful|some «FUL suhm, FUHL », adjective. 1. so much as to be disgusting; offensive to good taste, especially from being overdone: »He was offended by the fulsome flattery of his work. SYNONYM(S): excessive. 2. Archaic. repulsive; odious. 3.… …   Useful english dictionary

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