tastefulness


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taste·ful

 (tāst′fəl)
adj.
1. Having, showing, or being in keeping with good taste.
2. Pleasing in flavor; tasty.

taste′ful·ly adv.
taste′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tastefulness - elegance indicated by good taste
elegance - a refined quality of gracefulness and good taste; "she conveys an aura of elegance and gentility"
tastelessness - inelegance indicated by a lack of good taste

tastefulness

noun
The faculty or sense of discerning what is aesthetically pleasing or appropriate:
Translations
حُسْن الذَّوْق
vkusnost
smagfuldhed
ízlésesség
smekkvísi
vkusnosť
zevklilik

tastefulness

[ˈteɪstfʊlnɪs] Nbuen gusto m

tastefulness

taste

(teist) verb
1. to be aware of, or recognize, the flavour of something. I can taste ginger in this cake.
2. to test or find out the flavour or quality of (food etc) by eating or drinking a little of it. Please taste this and tell me if it is too sweet.
3. to have a particular flavour or other quality that is noticed through the act of tasting. This milk tastes sour; The sauce tastes of garlic.
4. to eat (food) especially with enjoyment. I haven't tasted such a beautiful curry for ages.
5. to experience. He tasted the delights of country life.
noun
1. one of the five senses, the sense by which we are aware of flavour. one's sense of taste; bitter to the taste.
2. the quality or flavour of anything that is known through this sense. This wine has an unusual taste.
3. an act of tasting or a small quantity of food etc for tasting. Do have a taste of this cake!
4. a liking or preference. a taste for music; a queer taste in books; expensive tastes.
5. the ability to judge what is suitable in behaviour, dress etc or what is fine and beautiful. She shows good taste in clothes; a man of taste; That joke was in good/bad taste.
ˈtasteful adjective
showing good judgement or taste. a tasteful flower arrangement.
ˈtastefully adverb
ˈtastefulness noun
ˈtasteless adjective
1. lacking flavour. tasteless food.
2. showing a lack of good taste or judgement. tasteless behaviour.
ˈtastelessly adverb
ˈtastelessness noun
-tasting
having a (particular kind of) taste. a sweet-tasting liquid.
ˈtasty adjective
having a good, especially savoury, flavour. tasty food.
ˈtastiness noun
References in classic literature ?
The arrangement of the second room was rude and bizarre, but not without a singular originality and even tastefulness of conception.
Keeping up and conveying a calling card will remain a mark of stunning quality, tastefulness and dependability.
The colors, effects, and tastefulness of the resulting glow is entirely up to you.
Though one could argue that it crosses the line of tastefulness, its subversive point of view challenges the place of white privilege from which most pop culture is conceived.
Prince helped her shape the Norah Jones-accentuated approach, and covers of songs first recorded by Judy Tzuke and Shelby Lynne brim with tastefulness.
The silhouettes reflected romance and tastefulness, and a bit of edginess without too much provocativeness using structured and tailored styles such as ruched ruffles, large pleating, and cut-out/inset details.
There's amazing beauty and very high standard and tastefulness of living among the people of Aleppo.
These symptoms can be relieved with additional nutritional education on ways to change diet without losing the tastefulness of food.
23) Ephemeris asserted, "the dramatic art has, in the view of the Athenian public, which has preserved its ancestral tastefulness in this matter, ideals other than those of Hedda Gabier" (24 January 1899).
While locavorism rejects the industrialization and commercialization of food, it is itself an intensely commercial endeavor, characterized by emphatic branding, extreme exclusivity, status, and tastefulness.