tasteful

[teyst-fuhl]
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Origin of tasteful

First recorded in 1605–15; taste + -ful
Related formstaste·ful·ly, adverbtaste·ful·ness, nounun·taste·ful, adjectiveun·taste·ful·ly, adverbun·taste·ful·ness, noun
Can be confusedtasteful tasty

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tasteful

adjective
  1. indicating good tastea tasteful design
  2. a rare word for tasty
Derived Formstastefully, adverbtastefulness, noun
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Word Origin and History for tasteful
adj.

1610s, "having an agreeable taste;" from taste + -ful. From 1756 as "having or showing good taste." Related: Tastefully; tastefulness.

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