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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of aestheticise.

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Examples

  • We continue to be held in the trance of myth, and the imagination that aestheticises it, and feel as reluctant as the poet must have been to emerge from the gorgeous spell.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • We continue to be held in the trance of myth, and the imagination that aestheticises it, and feel as reluctant as the poet must have been to emerge from the gorgeous spell.

    Great Regulars: It's as if [James Elroy] Flecker himself

  • The baroque language aestheticises the inscrutable, self-destructive life of the provincial town, lifting it off the ground.

    signandsight.com

  • The baroque language aestheticises the inscrutable, self-destructive life of the provincial town, lifting it off the ground.

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  • He aestheticises atrocity so successfully that, watching Suspiria, you start to wonder: is this what it’s like to be a killer?

    FREAKSHOW Suspiria

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