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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtastefultaste‧ful /ˈteɪstfəl/ adjective  TASTE IN CLOTHES, MUSIC ETCmade, decorated, or chosen with good taste tasteful furnishingsDo not confuse with tasty. Use tasty to describe food that tastes good: This food is really tasty.tastefully adverb tastefully decoratedtastefulness noun [uncountable]
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tastefulMy uncle wore a flannel suit, a spotless white shirt and a tasteful but sombre tie.Gray, a prosperous-looking lawyer in his tasteful dark suits, asked for the presidential apology and brought the survivors to Washington.The room is filled with tasteful furnishings and original artworks.Almost by accident, Bob discovered that by having tasteful furnishings in apartments, they were easier to rent.A tasteful inch of white cuff protruded from beneath his black suit coat.Such is the force of commodity culture that a tasteful logo and unconnected image can sell clothes around the world.On a slightly more tasteful note, as of this month the £40 software voucher reward is being scrapped.The house is newly furnished with tasteful things.
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