Usage examples for Tastes

  1. He was a man of wealth, and must have had a very good time in England, for he studied well the manners and customs of the nobility; and as his own habits and tastes were those which he observed in the great houses of England, he here received a social education which had a great effect upon his future career. – Stories of New Jersey by Frank Richard Stockton
  2. It tastes all right- what there is of it. – Ship's Company, The Entire Collection by W.W. Jacobs
  3. Bonaparte had many singular habits and tastes – The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte by Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton
  4. Tastes of that sort must be acquired in the schools. – The Aspirations of Jean Servien by Anatole France
  5. You and I always have the same tastes Fredi. – One of Our Conquerors, Complete by George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009
  6. When Captain Pole's turn came an ox was killed, as a thoughtful attention to the peculiar tastes of his nation. – The Best Psychic Stories by Various
  7. For a race of simple tastes however, it is great fun. – The Napoleon of Notting Hill by Gilbert K. Chesterton
  8. I, who felt helpless before her will, was glad that the husband she had chosen for me was, at least, a gentleman, and, to all appearances, respectable in his living and nice in his tastes –  by
  9. Olga's remark that the India to which Nick had introduced her was wholly unlike her expectations had been called forth by some comment of his upon the Rajah's exceedingly British tastes – The Keeper of the Door by Ethel M. Dell
  10. I know nothing of business, Sir Robert; my tastes do not lie that way. – The Yellow God An Idol of Africa by H. Rider Haggard
  11. What she saw did not interest her much; certainly her tastes were on the level with those of a very young child. – Hilda Wade A Woman With Tenacity Of Purpose by Grant Allen
  12. If it were not so, how easy it would be for people to live in groups and circles, with common interests and tastes to encourage each other to believe in beautiful things, and to practise ardent thoughts and generous dreams. – Joyous Gard by Arthur Christopher Benson
  13. But we all have our tastes whats one woman's meat is another woman's poison. – Misalliance by George Bernard Shaw
  14. Her tastes were not sufficiently domestic. – Lover or Friend by Rosa Nouchette Carey
  15. Besides, we have made different friends now, and our tastes are different. – If I May by A. A. Milne
  16. More and more in the time which they were alone they fell into the habits which their individual tastes developed. – Angel Island by Inez Haynes Gillmore
  17. How good it tastes as we lie at full length on the matted brown leaves! – The Jonathan Papers by Elisabeth Woodbridge Morris
  18. Is there not within us a vague aspiration to do well and be something good and fine, according to our means and tastes – Heart and Soul by Victor Mapes (AKA Maveric Post)
  19. " No accounting for tastes Norton replied, rather grumly. – Trading by Susan Warner
  20. Supper tastes twice as good down here. – Killykinick by Mary T. Waggaman