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tasteful

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adjective taste·ful \ˈtāst-fəl\

Simple Definition of tasteful

  • : done or chosen with a knowledge of what is appealing, attractive, appropriate, or enjoyable : having or showing good taste

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of tasteful

  1. 1 :  tasty 1a

  2. 2 :  having, exhibiting, or conforming to good taste <a tasteful display>

tastefully

play \-fə-lē\ adverb

tastefulness

noun

Examples of tasteful in a sentence

  1. a tasteful and attractive design

  2. <a tasteful arrangement of white flowers and dark greenery>



1611

First Known Use of tasteful

1611

Rhymes with tasteful


TASTEFUL Defined for Kids

tasteful

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adjective taste·ful \ˈtāst-fəl\

Definition of tasteful for Students

  1. :  having or showing the ability to choose what is good, beautiful, or proper <a tasteful color combination>

tastefully

\-fə-lē\ adverb




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