Definition for aesthetic

adjective as in beautiful

Strongest matches

artistic, creative, esthetic

Weak matches

artful, gorgeous, inventive

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Example Sentences

Its farmhouse-style, brown paper brings a subtle but neutral aesthetic, and the pages also include holes if you prefer to hang it up.

This product comes in eight different colors to fit your own aesthetic, and it makes for a great functional decor item.

As such, it’s worth noting that the beginning of this decade has more of a cyberpunk aesthetic than we’d like.

Renaissance artists coined the term to describe a novel aesthetic defined by extreme contrasts between the bright and dim parts of a painting.

Staying away from Amazon and similar e-commerce platforms meant luxury brands could retain aesthetic control of their online channels.

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The high heel has gone through endless aesthetic changes throughout the years.

So, the display—which has the aesthetic sophistication of a middle school science project—will go up for week.

For aesthetic reasons, ski resort operators try to limit the noise and infrastructure associated with producing power.

Umm…to me, pop music is more of a science term than an aesthetic.

But the softness, the muted quality in turn became an aesthetic.

Aesthetic considerations sometimes have great weight, especially in towns.

Thyrsis would cry, whenever these aesthetic impulses manifested themselves.

It is true that Christianity does not teach aesthetic culture, but it teaches the duties which prevent the eclipse of Art.

The denoument especially is unfortunate, and sins against our moral and aesthetic instinct.

It is probable, I think, that there is a point where the ascetic principle and the aesthetic become one and the same.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to aesthetic, such as: artistic, creative, aesthetic/esthetic, artful, gorgeous, and inventive.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.