Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Befitting an artist. Executed in the manner of an artist; conformable to the rules of art.
“I started cutting random shapes and we realized, 'Oh, that's a fish,'" Ysanne said of the brightly-colored mosaic, which also features a few buildings and a few artist-like figures.”
“No leaking upon dancing or laughing, much stronger orgasms, orgasms - period, female ejaculation, exotic artist-like abilities during sex and a pelvic floor that can hold up your insides through thick and thin.”
“An artist-like mind" is best formed by studying the works of great artists.”
“Lord Alfred Douglas' boldness gave Oscar outrecuidance, an insolent arrogance: artist-like he tried to outdo his model in aristocratic disdain.”
“I will not say that he was never happy till he had told his tale, and I will not say that artist-like he loved applause: but he did not wish to be hidden, and he earnestly desired to be approved.”
“Lord Alfred Douglas 'boldness gave Oscar "outre-cuidance", an insolent arrogance: artist-like he tried to outdo his model in aristocratic disdain.”
“His grandfather, just dead, had left him a legacy, and he had come to Paris, artist-like, to spend it.”
“He was no mean hand; his slices of ham were very artist-like, and frying away in the most unexceptionable manner.”
“According to Mr Arnold's own conception of poetry-making, as depending upon the subject and upon the just and artist-like exposition of that subject, no age should be too late.”
“This Concerto [the E minor] has been made known to the amateurs of music in England by the artist-like performance of”
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