concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste
the illustrations made the book an aesthetic success
the aesthetic faculties
an aesthetic person
How To Use esthetical In A Sentence
- This vision will then have to be translated physically and aesthetically into a future Opel vehicle.
- No doubt we can admire the architectonic structure of these systems aesthetically, as we would un chef-d'oeuvre de l'art. METAPHYSICAL IMAGINATION
- It is widely regarded as an architectural disaster, aesthetically unpleasing and out of keeping with the rest of the College.
- One such bod was commenting that he thought that the ancients had erected Pentre Ifan because it was aesthetically pleasing and fitted in with the surrounding landscape.
- On one occasion, in hospital after an operation, Pegg awoke from his anaesthetically induced coma an hour too early, confounding doctors until it was realised he must have overheard a fellow patient on the ward watching The Guardian World News
- Tourism will increase in an aesthetically and ecologically beautiful city.
- On one hand, aesthetic Physic falls back into the equivoke of the theory of artistic and literary classes, by attempting to determine aesthetically the abstractions of our intellect; on the other, fails to recognize, as we said, the true formation of so-called natural beauty; for which the question as to whether some given individual animal, flower, or man be beautiful or ugly, is altogether excluded. Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic
- In this kind of inauthentic, aesthetically impoverished fiction, the writer has latched on to fiction as a vehicle for "saying something," not as a form of verbal art in which the work must "say" for itself. John Dewey's *Art as Experience*
- Even pain is transfigured into a sort of pleasure which can be savoured aesthetically.
- The Tri-Van marries these two basic approaches in aesthetically pleasing and innovative ways. Best New Arrow Rest 2009: Mid-Atlantic Archery Tri-Van