The state or quality of being distasteful or objectionable; causing averseness; unpleasantness.(noun)
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Use "distastefulness" in a sentence
"It was a spectacle whose distastefulness was compounded by the victory parade at the end of the shoot-out, when the young striker was carried around the pitch in triumph on the shoulders of the team's reserves."
"All such placeisms are rooted in prejudicial customs and flower into full distastefulness and unfairness when people hide behind the unspoken prejudice of tradition, religion, or custom and remain either unwilling or unable to judge people as individuals."
"In any case, aesthetic distastefulness should not be grounds for censorship. ali Said,"