Related formsdis·taste·ful·ly, adverbdis·taste·ful·ness, nounun·dis·taste·ful, adjective
Examples from the Web for distasteful
Distasteful those ads might be, but restrictions on political speech should be exercised with great deliberation and caution.
The automatic-trigger cuts—the last major sticking point on Sunday—would be designed to be distasteful to both parties.
It used to be that we loved rich people; then recently we came to find them distasteful, or at least wasteful.
Personally, I find this story too distasteful to delve too deeply into it.
It would be disrespectful and distasteful for me to discuss her and her situation directly.
Somehow, Kay found this latter thought disturbing and distasteful.The Pride of Palomar|Peter B. Kyne
The superlative, so distasteful in the temperate region, has vivacity in the Eastern speech.
In the mind of modern man a feeling, distasteful to the antique pact, has evolved.The Origins of Contemporary France, Volume 4 (of 6)|Hippolyte A. Taine
He spoke in a cold, dead tone, as if making a necessary but distasteful explanation to a stranger.Lost|Edward Bellamy
For a distasteful moment after he had lain down he wondered if he had been altogether just.Babbitt|Sinclair Lewis