One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Having a disgusting taste.‘the water was foul-tasting’
- ‘I eat my sloppy, foul tasting noodles reluctantly.’
- ‘The water was foul-tasting, and he had to swallow hard to make it go down.’
- ‘While the parrotfish makes a potentially tasty meal, even the slightest puncture of the organ that produces the slime during cleaning renders the fish foul-tasting and inedible.’
- ‘A lot of people are drinking bottles of funky-smelling and foul-tasting wine.’
- ‘He spluttered as the foul-tasting brew went down his throat, and set the glass back down.’
- ‘He grimaced as he drank the foul-tasting liquid.’
- ‘Being able to crumb a disgusting cut of meat, fry it and serve it with a foul-tasting gravy and side of coleslaw doesn't mean you are number one in the culinary arts.’
- ‘Every two weeks he gave me an acupuncture treatment and foul-tasting herbs.’
- ‘When his daughter refused to take her foul-tasting seizure medication, he made it taste better.’
- ‘The cheese was sour, sticky, foul-tasting, and lingered on for way too long.’
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