tasteless

[ teyst-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF tasteless

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TASTELESS

Words are not more than tasteless drapery to obscure their lines.

If oysters are cooked too much they become tough and tasteless.

For months she had fed on lean and tasteless trout exhausted by spawning.

And what a number of vapid and tasteless jokes would it provoke!

Their flesh is not eaten, except that of the young ones, for it is tough and tasteless.

If an article is tasteless, it means that these filaments do not vibrate.

For ordinary people philosophy is as tasteless as the white of an egg.

To say the truth, it is a tasteless, worthless, disgusting device.'

The doctrine of the cross is and must be, tasteless to those who do not sorrow for sin.

In similar ways it may be demonstrated that the air is tasteless.

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