Examples of tasteful in a Sentence
a tasteful and attractive design
a tasteful arrangement of white flowers and dark greenery
Recent Examples of tasteful from the Web
While the design of the restaurant is tasteful, if spare, inside, outside is a different story.
The stark white facade, tasteful interior decor, and outdoor area studded with succulents make this an ideal stop for a quick breakfast and a new cover photo.
The rules Summit has set for the construction of the houses aren't all that different from those of a typical homeowners association—albeit with a different definition of what's tasteful and acceptable.
The staging was tasteful, apt and pleasingly without exaggeration or directorial antics, and the sets were handsome, if not striking.
But Jaguar has done this deed itself, and among fine creations by Singer and Icon, the E-type Zero is about as tasteful as restomods get.
And then there’s VillaMarie Saint-Barth, full of impossibly tasteful vibrant colors and details, which was opened last winter by the stylish Sibuets, the French hoteliers who operate the most charming inns in Provence and the French Alps.
Interior design is contemporary with tasteful use of piano black and brushed metallic trim.
Because growing out your buzz-cut is going to be a hell of a lot less embarrassing now that this haircut is considered tasteful.
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First Known Use of tasteful
Synonymsclassy, courtly, fine, graceful, handsome, majestic, refined, stately, elegant
Antonymsdowdy, graceless, inelegant, styleless, tasteless, unfashionable, unhandsome, unstylish
Related Wordsaugust, baronial, gallant, glorious, grand, heroic (also heroical), imposing, lavish, luxurious, magnificent, monumental, noble, ornate, proud, regal, rich, royal, splendid, superb; artful, genteel, polished, sophisticated; classic, conservative, exquisite, quiet, restrained, simple, understated; aristocratic, patrician; à la mode (also a la mode), chic, fashionable, in, modish, posh, sharp, sleek, smart, snappy, stylish, swagger, swank (or swanky); affected, grandiose, ostentatious, pretentious, recherché
Near Antonymscheesy, coarse, crude, flamboyant, flashy, garish, gaudy, glitzy, grotesque, loud, raffish, splashy, tacky, tawdry, ticky-tacky (also ticky-tack); rough-edged, rough-hewn, rude, trashy, uncouth, uncultivated, uncultured, unpolished, unrefined, vulgar
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