[ US /ˈɛsθit/ ]
[ UK /ˈiːsθiːt/ ]
  1. one who professes great sensitivity to the beauty of art and nature
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How To Use aesthete In A Sentence

  • A sallow aesthete, lantern-jawed, was lost in reverie, illusion or void. PASSION IN THE PEAK
  • It is populated by a pantheon of upper-middle class aesthetes, running the full gamut from self-indulgence to self-pity, gold-digging doctors and junkie beggars.
  • Fair, pale, and slightly built, his clothes fastidiously neat, Filing had the appearance of a gentleman aesthete. ALL ABOUT LOVE
  • They could have been bolder about giving Southern artists a bigger share of the spotlight, but even in their timidity, they have showcased enough top-drawer Southern culture to satisfy the most demanding esthete. The Arts Games
  • He remains an aesthete, but his appreciation of culture is now spiritually empty.
  • He added, with the devastating practicality of the true alpha double plus aesthete, that there was queer old difference between maintaining a path a hundred yards long and a maintaining a path three hundred yards long.
  • Most synaesthetes are positively disposed to their synaesthesia, but for a very small number, synaesthetic perceptions may be intrusive if they are particularly intense.
  • The aesthetes of New Eltham were not his only problem.
  • In the 1920s and 30s it developed into a glamorous resort populated by rich aesthetes, dissident intellectuals and artists.
  • He was never one to palliate or eulogise, he was never a regulation aesthete.
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