Definition of tastelessly in US English:

tastelessly

adverb

  • See tasteless

    • ‘A Caesar salad is a pathetic nod to salad eaters, mostly because its dressing, like the blue cheese, is tastelessly industrial.’
    • ‘Maybe it's because there are too many noisy, complaining, tastelessly dressed German tourists in France.’
    • ‘The biggest point of deviation is that Bombay tended to be overly and almost tastelessly didactic.’
    • ‘What was once relegated to the category of trivia (the perfect sports moment) has not, tastelessly, morphed into a television channel.’
    • ‘If he doesn't publish Jessie, there goes his love affair, a sample of whose torridness is tastelessly exhibited onstage.’

Pronunciation

tastelessly

/ˈtās(t)ləslē//ˈteɪs(t)ləsli/