Synonyms for aspects
Antonyms for aspects
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASPECTS
It had all the aspects of an old Indian battle in the depths of the great forest.
In after years, it was carefully and correctly drawn in all its aspects.
Finance, instead of avoiding publicity in all of its aspects, should welcome it and seek it.
But neither must we confound the theories or aspects of morality with the origin of our moral ideas.
In this is included, in a most deep and mysterious fashion, marriage-love in all its aspects.
These two aspects of life and knowledge appear to be the two leading ideas of the dialogue.
Some aspects of the Ebbw Vale situation are not yet explained.
All the aspects of rural life can thus be made most enjoyable.
The wind rules the aspects of the sky and the action of the sea.
For him love and friendship were but two aspects of exalted perfection.
late 14c., an astrological term, "relative position of the planets as they appear from earth" (i.e., how they "look on" one another); later also "way of viewing things," from Latin aspectus "seeing, looking, appearance," from past participle of aspicere "to look at," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + specere "to look" (see scope (n.1)). Meaning "the look one wears, the appearance of things" attested by early 15c.