Definitions

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  • adverb In an aesthetic manner; with a pleasing sensory effect.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb in a tasteful way

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The manipulation of language in aesthetically pleasing ways was his concern.

    Transforming Pencil Lead to Gold

  • However, these efforts seem mostly directed toward simply dismantlingthe novelas "form", without much interest in aesthetically reconstituting the text, Everett's text, as at least a temporary alternative to established forms, as a new iteration of form in fiction.

    Comedy in Literature

  • However, these efforts seem mostly directed toward simply dismantlingthe novelas "form", without much interest in aesthetically reconstituting the text, Everett's text, as at least a temporary alternative to established forms, as a new iteration of form in fiction.

    October 2009

  • One could argue that what distinguishes the poet is not primarily his/her ability to "penetrate differences" but to put words together in aesthetically provocative ways and that the connections made are connections between poetry as it has been and poetry as it might be, not between competing "communities," but even if we were to accept Biespiel's amorphous formulation it does not follow that this ability is readily transferable from page to public square.

    Poetry

  • One could argue that what distinguishes the poet is not primarily his/her ability to "penetrate differences" but to put words together in aesthetically provocative ways and that the connections made are connections between poetry as it has been and poetry as it might be, not between competing "communities," but even if we were to accept Biespiel's amorphous formulation it does not follow that this ability is readily transferable from page to public square.

    Saying Something

  • The manipulation of language in aesthetically pleasing ways was his concern.

    October 2009

  • One could argue that what distinguishes the poet is not primarily his/her ability to "penetrate differences" but to put words together in aesthetically provocative ways and that the connections made are connections between poetry as it has been and poetry as it might be, not between competing "communities," but even if we were to accept Biespiel's amorphous formulation it does not follow that this ability is readily transferable from page to public square.

    May 2010

  • One could argue that what distinguishes the poet is not primarily his/her ability to "penetrate differences" but to put words together in aesthetically provocative ways and that the connections made are connections between poetry as it has been and poetry as it might be, not between competing "communities," but even if we were to accept Biespiel's amorphous formulation it does not follow that this ability is readily transferable from page to public square.

    Outside the Realm of Poetry

  • One could argue that what distinguishes the poet is not primarily his/her ability to "penetrate differences" but to put words together in aesthetically provocative ways and that the connections made are connections between poetry as it has been and poetry as it might be, not between competing "communities," but even if we were to accept Biespiel's amorphous formulation it does not follow that this ability is readily transferable from page to public square.

    The Reading Experience

  • The Tri-Van marries these two basic approaches in aesthetically pleasing and innovative ways.

    Best New Arrow Rest 2009: Mid-Atlantic Archery Tri-Van

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