distasteful[ dis-teyst-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF distasteful
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISTASTEFUL
The task now imposed upon him was a most distasteful and unwelcome one.
Again that distasteful expression fraught with distrust and insinuation.
Recitals were almost as distasteful as Chapter meetings or "At Homes" to his mind.
Any to whom this clause in the articles was distasteful might follow some other leader.
They had, somehow, a distasteful, puzzling piece of work cut out for them.
To the Japanese themselves the inference was patent and distasteful.
Linton's flippancy, for the first time, was distasteful to Cashel.
Asgill was distasteful to her, because her brother affected him.
Shall I own at once that the career was distasteful to me in the highest degree?
And acting unselfishly too, because I can very well understand how distasteful it may be to you.