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iːs'θetɪk(l) noun +(philosophy) a philosophical theory as to what is beautiful adj. +relating to or dealing with the subject of aesthetics +concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste +aesthetically pleasing
1 artistic, tasteful, beautiful; in good, excellent, etc. taste:
Daphne always does such aesthetic flower arrangements.
These paintings might be realistic, but they are an aesthetic disaster.
Advanced English Dictionary
(AmE also esthetic) adjective, noun +adjective 1 concerned with beauty and art and the understanding of beautiful things: an aesthetic appreciation of the landscape + The benefits of conservation are both financial and aesthetic. 2 made in an artistic way and beautiful to look at: Their furniture was more aesthetic than functional. aesthetically (AmE also esthetically) adverb: aesthetically pleasing colour combinations +noun 1[C] the aesthetic qualities and ideas of sth: The students debated the aesthetic of the poems. 2 (aesthetics) [U] the branch of philosophy that studies the principles of beauty, especially in art aestheticism (AmE also estheticism) noun [U]
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