- adj.使人不愉快的; 讨厌的; 不合口味的; 表示厌恶的;
He found it distasteful to be offered drinks before witnessing the execution.
I found it a touch distasteful.
I find his attitude highly distasteful.
The work was thoroughly distasteful to her.
Don't force her into a distasteful marriage.
Smoking is distasteful to me.
The medicine is distasteful but good for you.
The way Charles tried to make up to the boss was distasteful to the workers.
The suggestion was distasteful to Gatsby.
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The fiddler's crude and irreverent sense of humor was distasteful to him.
But the old sheds and bankers were distasteful to him.
Some of us find this distasteful - an undignified kind of life.
Even the thought of her was distasteful to him.
Such surreptitious bypassing of Standlely was distasteful.
It was all terribly distasteful.
1. not pleasing in odor or taste
2. highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust;
"a disgusting smell"
"a loathsome disease"
"the idea of eating meat is repellent to me"
"a wicked stench"