[ US /ˈmɪnəməɫɪst/ ]
[ UK /mˈɪnɪməlˌɪst/ ]
  1. a practitioner or advocate of artistic minimalism
  2. a conservative who advocates only minor reforms in government or politics
  1. advocating minimal reforms (as in government or politics)
  2. of or relating to artistic minimalism
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How To Use minimalist In A Sentence

  • All the accommodation is decorated in as minimalist fashion as luxury will allow, reflecting the vibrant colours of the region, from warm terracotta to the cool turquoise of the sea.
  • In juxtaposition, Mandrake welcomes blue jeans, Toms and houses a minimalist environment to sip a brewski. Girl at a Bar: The Birthday Bar Conundrum
  • This trio of young ones from Melbourne, Australia makes a primitive, minimalist form of noise rock (vocalist Jonnine Standish's percussion instrument is a single maraca and a floor tom). Boing Boing
  • Bonita e minimalista, mas senti-me tentado a tirar a estrutura de apoio! KOLO Armchair by Jouko Järvisalo
  • It's a delightful piece of absurdist nonsense, a sitcom designed to offend highbrow admirers of minimalist dance.
  • The beats on Revolutionary Vol.2 might seem a little minimalist to some, but Immortal is that caliber of emcee who needs no distractions when he's on the mic to make his words felt.
  • We encounter Judd before the rest of the minimalists and Clyfford Still after his fellow abstract expressionists.
  • Shop around and visit showrooms to see what is available - anything from minimalist designs to freestanding units.
  • Vases of every shape and design, minimalist masks that look like faces and vice-versa, and numerous experiments with geometry confront the visitor.
  • There is Samsara, with it's minimalistic yet rich melange of jasmine, sandalwood and vanilla; Songes, shamelessly floral through and through with jasmine, frangipanni and powdery-sweet vanilla foundation; or Ormonde Jayne's airy and light rendition of Frangipanni Absolute. Archive 2008-06-01
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