be in good, the best possible, etc. taste

be in good taste

To be appropriate or acceptable (resulting from good judgment by the person who said or did such things). Consider your audience—comments like that are just not in good taste. I don't doubt that the sculpture was in good taste, but I don't think it was done well.
See also: good, taste

be in the best possible taste

To be completely appropriate or acceptable (resulting from good judgment by the person who said or did such things). If you want to avoid more controversy, don't say anything to your audience that isn't in the best possible taste.
See also: possible, taste
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be in good, the best possible, etc. ˈtaste

be appropriate and not at all offensive: They made a few jokes about the management, but it was all done in good taste.
See also: taste
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