more aesthetic[ es-thet-ik or, esp. British, ees- ]SEE DEFINITION OF more aesthetic
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Nehemiah Yerby changed color slightly as the taunt struck home, but he was skilled in the more aesthetic methods of argument.
About 1885 the tendency to adopt a more social and a more aesthetic form of worship came to assert itself more distinctly.