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  • r  in an offensively distasteful manner
    a distastefully explicit report on the Royal couple's marital life
  • r  in a disgusting manner or to a disgusting degree

  • I want to disassociate myself with any disparaging remarks, McCain told the press, after a radio talk show host distastefully used Obamas middle name Hussein.
  • One James Wrexham, impoverished but well-educated Englishman past his first youth, is distastefully employed in a real-estate office.
  • Tacked on at the last minute by a member of Shuster's committee, the amendment would, among other things, but most distastefully, shield cruise-line companies from lawsuits by .

  • Alex Rodriguez in 940 News
    That was handled extremely poorly,Rodriguez said. "It was my understanding that the letter wouldn't go public until a day or two after the World Series concluded. And the whole thing was done distastefully and very inappropriate."

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