tasteless


tasteless
tasteless [adj1] without flavor big zero*, blah*, bland, boring, distasteful, dull, flat, flavorless, insipid, mild, nowhere*, pabulum*, plain, plain vanilla*, savorless, stale, tame, thin, unappetizing, uninspired, uninteresting, unpalatable, unpleasurable, unsavory, unseasoned, vanilla*, vapid, watered-down, watery, weak, without spice, zero*; concept 613 —Ant. appetizing, flavorful, savory, tasty tasteless [adj2] cheap, vulgar artificial, barbaric, barbarous, coarse, crass, crude, flashy, foolish, garish, gaudy, graceless, hideous, impolite, improper, indecorous, indelicate, indiscreet, inelegant, loud, low, low-down, low-down-and-dirty*, makeshift*, off-color*, ornate, ostentatious, outlandish, pretentious, raunchy*, rough, rude, showy, stupid, tacky, tactless, tawdry, trivial, uncouth, unlovely, unpolished, unrefined, unseemly, unsightly, useless, wild; concepts 401,570,589 —Ant. couth, moral, nice, tasteful

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  • Tasteless — Taste less, a. 1. Having no taste; insipid; flat; as, tasteless fruit. [1913 Webster] 2. Destitute of the sense of taste; or of good taste; as, a tasteless age. Orrery. [1913 Webster] 3. Not in accordance with good taste; as, a tasteless… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • tasteless — index disreputable, inelegant, insipid, jejune (dull), pedestrian, stale, tawdry Burton s Legal Thesaurus …   Law dictionary

  • tasteless — (adj.) 1590s, unable to taste; c.1600, uninteresting; 1610s, insipid; 1670s, tactless; from TASTE (Cf. taste) (n.) + LESS (Cf. less). Related: Tastelessly; tastelessness …   Etymology dictionary

  • tasteless — ► ADJECTIVE 1) lacking flavour. 2) lacking in aesthetic judgement or constituting inappropriate behaviour. DERIVATIVES tastelessly adverb tastelessness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • tasteless — [tāst′lis] adj. 1. a) without taste or flavor; flat; insipid b) dull; uninteresting 2. lacking good taste or showing poor taste tastelessly adv. tastelessness n …   English World dictionary

  • tasteless — [[t]te͟ɪstləs[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED If you describe something such as furniture, clothing, or the way that a house is decorated as tasteless, you consider it to be vulgar and unattractive. ...a flat crammed with spectacularly tasteless objets d art …   English dictionary

  • tasteless — taste|less [ˈteıstləs] adj 1.) food or drink that is tasteless is unpleasant because it has no particular taste 2.) slightly offensive ▪ a tasteless remark 3.) made, decorated, or chosen with bad taste ▪ a tasteless outfit ▪ ugly and tasteless… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • tasteless — adjective 1 food or drink that is tasteless is unpleasant because it has no particular taste: The vegetables were tasteless and soggy. 2 tasteless joke/remark/comment etc a joke etc that is unacceptable in a particular situation 3 made, decorated …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • tasteless — adjective Date: 1591 1. a. having no taste ; insipid < tasteless vegetables > b. arousing no interest ; dull < the tale comes to a flat and tasteless end R. C. Carpenter > 2. not having or exhibiting good taste …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • tasteless — tastelessly, adv. tastelessness, n. /tayst lis/, adj. 1. having no taste or flavor; insipid. 2. dull; uninteresting. 3. lacking in aesthetic quality or capacity; devoid of good taste: a houseful of tasteless furnishings; a tasteless director of… …   Universalium


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