leave a bad taste in your mouth

leave a bad taste in your mouth
leave a bad taste in (your) mouth if an experience leaves a bad taste in your mouth, you have an unpleasant memory of it.

I think we all felt that he'd been treated unfairly and it left a bad taste in people's mouths.


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