distasteful those ads might be, but restrictions on political speech should be exercised with great deliberation and caution.
It would be disrespectful and distasteful for me to discuss her and her situation directly.
But distasteful as it may seem, one senses that there may lurk an inconvenient truth behind this fear.
It used to be that we loved rich people; then recently we came to find them distasteful, or at least wasteful.
The automatic-trigger cuts—the last major sticking point on Sunday—would be designed to be distasteful to both parties.
Having a comfortable income, he turned his thoughts to literature, and from that time all other work was distasteful.
I understand, at least, how distasteful the association must have been.
From the doorstep of the little cabin, Jimmy, chin in hand, watched our distasteful labours with insolent and melancholy eyes.
His whiskers gradually became the most distasteful of all to me.
What right had anyone to order another's life, to put one in hard and distasteful places!