Definition of tasteless in English:


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Pronunciation: /ˈteɪs(t)ləs


  • 1Lacking flavour: the vegetables were watery and tasteless
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    • They have a chewy texture not unlike meat and, since they are basically tasteless, you can flavour them any way you like.
    • The chips were also fine, if extremely well cooked, but the rather bland and tasteless mixed veg were nothing to write home about, so I won't.
    • According to him, broiler or farm chicken is as good as vegetables, but tasteless and bland, however well they may be prepared.
    flavourless, bland, insipid, unappetizing, unflavoured, savourless, watered-down, watery, weak, thin, vapid, uninspired; mild, boring, dull, uninteresting



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  • What was once relegated to the category of trivia (the perfect sports moment) has not, tastelessly, morphed into a television channel.
  • A Caesar salad is a pathetic nod to salad eaters, mostly because its dressing, like the blue cheese, is tastelessly industrial.
  • Maybe it's because there are too many noisy, complaining, tastelessly dressed German tourists in France.


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  • Its jokes are notorious for their tastelessness, its pet targets are mercilessly goaded, and the magazine's reputation for factual accuracy leaves a certain amount to be desired.
  • His historical analogy was compelling, but that didn't save him from being denounced by right-thinking peers for his tastelessness.
  • But the tastelessness would not detract from the truth of the statement.

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