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- adj. Of or pertaining to aesthetics.
- adj. Of or pertaining to beauty.
- adj. Aesthetic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste
[T] he pleasure in aesthetical judgments ... is merely contemplative and does not bring about an interest in the object ....
It will run thus in proportion as this appearance will be aesthetical, that is, an appearance that does not try to make up for reality, nor requires to be made up for by it.
Pacifists ought to enter more deeply into the aesthetical and ethical point of view of their opponents.
They are neither of those, and their silly aesthetical or rhetorical distinctions are just what President Obama calls “distractions”.
He's Haitian, and he was a hairdresser who served the Protestant elite of New York, so he's a three-fer; black, aesthetical and ecumenical.
Culturally, could China be forming en masse what Zhou Zhiqiang from Nankai University in Tianjin calls "happy imbeciles" -- a cultural form secretly encouraged by the State's aesthetical project?
I walked to my closet, threw open the door; and merrily organized every item of clothing I own into seasonal, aesthetical, and chronological categories.
"The idea is essentially to release an album on an almost obsolete medium that fits very well with the music on an aesthetical level," says Olesen.
Nuno Dario is an explorative composer; his aesthetical concerns are focused on blurring the boundaries between musical genres.
It fits perfectly with enough world aesthetical standard that it is within range for normal health and attractiveness.
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