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Definitions for aesthetic
ɛsˈθɛt ɪkaes·thet·ic

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. aesthetic, estheticadjective

    (philosophy) a philosophical theory as to what is beautiful

    "he despised the esthetic of minimalism"

  2. aesthetic, estheticadjective

    relating to or dealing with the subject of aesthetics

    "aesthetic values"

  3. aesthetic, esthetic, aesthetical, estheticaladjective

    concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste

    "the aesthetic faculties"; "an aesthetic person"; "aesthetic feeling"; "the illustrations made the book an aesthetic success"

  4. aesthetic, esthetic, artisticadjective

    aesthetically pleasing

    "an artistic flower arrangement"

Wiktionary

  1. aestheticnoun

    The study of art or beauty.

  2. aestheticnoun

    That which appeals to the senses.

  3. aestheticadjective

    Concerned with beauty, artistic impact, or appearance.

    It works well enough, but the shabby exterior offends his aesthetic sensibilities.

  4. Etymology: From Ästhetik or esthétique, both from αἰσθητικός, from αἰσθάνομαι.

ChatGPT

  1. aesthetic

    Aesthetic refers to the appreciation or perception of beauty or the visually pleasing qualities of something, including artworks, objects, environments, or experiences. It involves the evaluation of elements such as form, color, composition, harmony, balance, and emotional impact in order to determine their aesthetic value. Additionally, aesthetic can also refer to a particular style or characteristic that is considered visually or artistically appealing.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Aestheticadjective

    alt. of Aesthetical

Wikidata

  1. Aesthetic

    Aesthetic is the debut EP by American emo band From First to Last, released in 2003. It was the band's first release. Original pressings contain the band's original name First To Last, but later pressings changed when the band added the From to the beginning of their name. In 2008, Aesthetic has become available again in the iTunes Store.

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British National Corpus

  1. Adjectives Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'aesthetic' in Adjectives Frequency: #931

Anagrams for aesthetic »

  1. cheatiest

  2. chaetites

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of aesthetic in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of aesthetic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of aesthetic in a Sentence

  1. Arianna Arcara:

    He had found a language, an aesthetic that was very efficient not only to document but to project emotions.

  2. Surrey NanoSystems:

    We are continuing to develop the technology, and the new sprayable version really does open up the possibility of applying super-black coatings in many types of airborne or terrestrial applications, possibilities include commercial products such as cameras, equipment requiring improved performance in a smaller form factor, as well as differentiating the look of products my means of the coating’s unique aesthetic appearance.

  3. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche:

    Nothing is beautiful, only man on this piece of navety rests all aesthetics, it is the first truth of aesthetics. Let us immediately add its second nothing is ugly but degenerate man-the domain of aesthetic judgment is therewith defined.

  4. Michael Kors:

    Due to technological advances in fabrications, we now have the ability to create a luxe aesthetic using non-animal fur, we will showcase these new techniques in our upcoming runway show in February.

  5. Millicent Safro:

    Each button has its charm, its quality, its aesthetic.

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