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from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adv. Not artistically; in an inartistic manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an inartistic manner; without conformity to the principles of art.


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  • Is a bandage in food inartistically more disgusting?

    Whose Responsibility Is It When You Bite Into Cheese?

  • Many early contracts of this sort, judging by the facts in the cases, were “inartistically drawn.”

    A History of American Law

  • But the externals of the scene, which are briefly and inartistically described, soon disappear, and we plunge abruptly into the subject of the dialogue.


  • The girl had been caged most inartistically, but despite her imprisonment she managed to create a fine work of art.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • For example, not to know that a hind has no horns is a less serious matter than to paint it inartistically.


  • _Huon de Bordeaux_ (_chanson de geste_), epic and romance combined inartistically in, 37, 53, 314-317

    Epic and Romance Essays on Medieval Literature

  • In consequence, as sketch No 28 hints, a head seen from the side frequently appears, if not idiotically, very inartistically, proportioned.

    What Dress Makes of Us

  • "How silly," said Auntie, as she forced a cigarette inartistically into

    Leonie of the Jungle

  • Even when the Brussels influence was most direct the flowers and sprays were placed inartistically, while the scroll copies of the early Flemish schools can only be termed the imitative handiwork of a child.

    Chats on Old Lace and Needlework

  • When these colours are laid on, they present a brilliant appearance to the eye even although they are inartistically applied, and as they are costly, they are made exceptions in contracts, to be furnished by the employer, not by the contractor.

    The Ten Books on Architecture


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