Definition of tasteless :
1. Destitute of the sense of taste; or of good taste; as, a tasteless age.
2. Having no taste; insipid; flat; as, tasteless fruit.
3. Not in accordance with good taste; as, a tasteless arrangement of drapery.
insolent, cheesy, styleless, Brummagem, grotesque, grim, nasty, unsalted, unaffected, camp, flashy, dead, nonflavoured, makeshift, effective, inaesthetic, lowbred, watery, incult, flavourless, ugly, bad, simple, lowbrow, discourteous, natural, rancid, off-color, unappetising, uncouth, insensible, delicious, style, unusual, ticky-tacky, commonplace, artificial, trivial, unfashionable, barbarian, unsightly, illiberal, uncultured, uncivilized, flash, inedible, sour, in poor taste, ostentatious, foolish, raffish, pretentious, churlish, impudent, trashy, wholesome, innocuous, kitsch, unlovely, campy, smooth, ornate, abrasive, unflavoured, unappetizing, gimcrack, smart, useless, unattractive, rough-hewn, savourless, uncultivated, unseasoned, rugged, dowdy, hideous, meretricious, unappealing, courtesy, impolite, homely, seasoned, brassy, impertinent, dull, tatty, innocent, loud, showy, handsome, extraordinary, ill-mannered, stupid, trite, monstrous, taste, unflavored, nonflavored, roughneck, uninteresting, tacky, unpalatable, florid, unaesthetic, stereotyped, unstylish, off-colour
inelegant (part of speech: adjective)
vulgar (part of speech: adjective)
earthy, crude, salty, philistine, cheap, degraded, low, gaudy, common, depraved, barnyard, rude, gross, unpolished, sordid, sleazy, repulsive, inelegant, homespun, animal, offensive, colloquial, shameless, unbecoming, base, profane, boorish, ignoble, undignified, rough, cockney, raw, rank, crass, glaring, tactless, coarse, indelicate, ignominious, tawdry, unrefined, barbaric, brazen, scandalous, graceless, clumsy, unseemly, in bad taste, ill-bred, chintzy, coarse-grained, revolting, outlandish, brutish, obscene, vulgar, idiomatic, garish, broad
tasteless (part of speech: adjective)
- Life was absolutely tasteless to Lee without a very strong sprinkle of variety. - "Stories of New Jersey", Frank Richard Stockton.
- I hain't written hardly anything lately; but I did write this: We've a wheatless day, An' a meatless day, An' a tasteless, wasteless, sweetless day. - "Dawn", Eleanor H. Porter.
- When finely- chopped mutton or beef is steeped for some time in a small quantity of clean water, and then subjected to slight pressure, the juice of the meat is extracted, and there is left a white tasteless residue, consisting chiefly of muscular fibres. - "The Book of Household Management", Mrs. Isabella Beeton.