aesthetic

[ es-thet-ik or, esp. British, ees- ]SEE DEFINITION OF aesthetic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AESTHETIC

But in Bewick's case the aesthetic level is not particularly high.

From an aesthetic point of view these are superior to anything else he wrote.

War has often been praised because of its aesthetic nature, and its dramatic features.

So the aesthetic is the type of adaptation in the inner life.

The aesthetic experience is a practical attitude in another way.

This phase of the place of the aesthetic is seen and expressed in various ways.

No aesthetic archaeologist has as yet written a book about their architecture.

The aim of education was the beautiful, and the ideal was the aesthetic in mind and body.

It was obvious that the girl's aesthetic sense was deeply touched.

It is to no mere "ivory tower" of aesthetic superiority that we retreat.

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