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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of aestheticise.

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Examples

  • The book was later said to be part of a fin-de-siècle artistic movement, characterised by a kind of aestheticised neuroticism, whose members were dubbed the décadents.

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  • Julien's dramas have always been deliberately aestheticised, striving for a poetic quality; you know you're not watching a TV news bulletin.

    Isaac Julien's angel of Morecambe

  • Much of the rural imagery from the works of the Romantics included aestheticised, picturesque ruins from a previous age usually, although not always, Classical temples, columns and statues.

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  • All impressions are by it placed on a level, in so far as they are aestheticised.

    Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic

  • Purceys of this life, founded on a sense of property in this world and the next; nor were they precisely the morals and religion of the aristocracy, who, though aestheticised in parts, quietly used, in bulk, their fortified position to graft on Mr. Purcey's ethics the principle of 'You be damned!'

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  • Purceys of this life, founded on a sense of property in this world and the next; nor were they precisely the morals and religion of the aristocracy, who, though aestheticised in parts, quietly used, in bulk, their fortified position to graft on Mr. Purcey's ethics the principle of

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

  • We went out to dine, we went to the theatre, and after the theatre we went home and aestheticised till three in the morning.

    Confessions of a Young Man

  • The usual marble tables are there, and it is there we sat and aestheticised till two o'clock in the morning.

    Confessions of a Young Man

  • But all these efforts were sidelined by the left in their nation building enthusiasm and theoretical gratitude, engraved in the unconscious, due to the organic link to Brahmansim, (maybe existing as a scholastically oriented secular atheistic practice, in effect working as detached denouement in a genetically ordained socially stratified scenario,) to the aestheticised obscuranticism of Gandhian ideology.

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  • Andrew Hickey recently sent out for suggestions on alternative movie plans for the comic, and it's seemed so obvious to me since they took the serum away that Watchmen could only properly be adapted and directed by Peter Greenaway, the Welsh-born legend of willfully aestheticised shock and taxinomical anality, as his follow-up to the visible success of 1989's

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