inartistic

[ in-ahr-tis-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF inartistic
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INARTISTIC

Usually they are irrelevant and inartistic asides by the author.

But show me a noise-loving city and I will show you an inartistic one.

It is amazing and inartistic, however, that after all her awkwardness she should fail.

While the work was inartistic, it was easy to make out the letters "F. M."

The use of birds and their plumage is as inartistic as it is cruel and barbarous.

The English are inartistic for the same reason that they are unsociable.

The method of their preparation was most inartistic, although it was effectual.

But Lady Meadowcroft herself seized the occasion with inartistic avidity.

In fact, for him to die elsewhere would be inartistic and insincere.

It is for this reason that I find the riding habit so ugly and inartistic.

WORD ORIGIN

1836, from in- (1) "not" + artistic. Inartistical is attested from 1849.

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