tasteless (part of speech: adjective)
- He was not in love with her in any legitimate sense; but he knew now that, if he could see her no more, life would be a savorless thing, at least until his fancy had spent itself. - "Brand Blotters", William MacLeod Raine.
- The rude and reckless composition, the rough intrusion of savorless farce, the bewildering combinations of incident and the far more bewildering fluctuations of character- all the inconsistencies, incongruities, incoherences of the piece are forgotten when the reader remembers and reverts to the passages of exquisite and fascinating beauty which relieve and redeem the utmost errors of negligence and haste. - "The Age of Shakespeare", Algernon Charles Swinburne.
- What that meal was to consist of- whether stones or bread- did not touch his brain, for his mind was solely exercised with wonder at the fact that his will could command the search for food- could compel his dry lips to the savorless duty of eating. - "Max", Katherine Cecil Thurston.