art[ ahrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF art
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ART
As for art and the sciences, these did not interest them very much.
Thou,” she says to the Gifted, “art the object of my first and all-engrossing passion.
But if art has done little, nature has done wonders for Constantinople.
He felt that the deep wisdom in his art, which he had sought so far, was found.
But he did not profane that scene by the mockery of his art.
Art surely no mere clerk, but bishop or cardinal at the least.
One common grave, according to Garrick, covers the actor and his art.
Her one art was histrionics of the kind that made an individual appeal.
In short, there is a vast body of art now within the reach of everybody.
And certainly, when work is made detestable by slavery, there is no art.