a strong feeling of disgust or upset following an experience
The incident with her left a bad taste in my mouth.
used with "in (someone's) mouth"
Our obsession with the suits, the ties, the schools, the wives and the debates now leaves a bad taste.
As reported by LDSliving.com, Sue Perdue says, “It would be like dressing up as a Muslim—I think it would be in bad taste.”
That was some heavy stuff (although the decision to allow players to skip that latter scene still leaves a bad taste in my mouth).
The moment requires robust diplomacy, the kind that leaves a bad taste in your mouth but gets the job done.
Black Friday is no longer simply an exercise in selfishness, greed, and bad taste.
It was bad taste, she averred, and she desired to cultivate the beautiful American language.
All the grossness, superstition, and bad taste of the age were put into them.
I was rather smitten, but I could not go on caring for a man who had the bad taste to prefer another girl.
There you have, also, the extreme of bad taste in sight and smell.
Stupidity and bad taste are the best agents for the maintenance of society in all its pristine foolishness.