untasteful

untasteful
index inelegant, unbecoming, unseemly

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  • untastefully — adverb In an untasteful manner, opposite of tastefully …   Wiktionary

  • Medieval maritime culture — The medieval maritime culture began with the remnants of the naval tradition of the Roman Empire, included the technological advances that enabled the Vikings to colonize North America in 982, suffered tremendously during the crises of the 14th… …   Wikipedia

  • inelegant — I adjective awkward, base, boorish, churlish, cloddish, coarse, common, crass, crude, earthy, graceless, gross, homely, homespun, ill bred, ill mannered, improper, in bad taste, indecorous, indelicate, inelegans, inurbanus, invenustus, lacking… …   Law dictionary

  • unbecoming — I adjective awkward, degrading, dishonorable, disreputable, graceless, improper, in bad taste, inapposite, inappropriate, incongruous, incorrect, indecent, indecorous, indecorus, indelicate, indignus, infelicitous, offensive, out of keeping, out… …   Law dictionary

  • unseemly — I adjective base, boorish, coarse, crude, discreditable, disreputable, distasteful, gross, ignoble, improper, in bad taste, inappropriate, incongruous, incorrect, indecent, indecorous, indecorus, indelicate, inelegant, offensive, out of character …   Law dictionary

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