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  • adjective Alternative spelling of unaesthetic.

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Examples

  • Anyway, Mr. de Montebello writes, "In the end, what remains terribly disturbing to me is that so many people, serious and sensitive individuals, are so cowed by the art establishment or so frightened at being labeled philistines" – again, misspelled – "that they dare not speak out and express their dislike for works they find either repulsive or unesthetic or both."

    Phyllis Stine Gets a Job!

  • Anyway, Mr. de Montebello writes, "In the end, what remains terribly disturbing to me is that so many people, serious and sensitive individuals, are so cowed by the art establishment or so frightened at being labeled philistines" – again, misspelled – "that they dare not speak out and express their dislike for works they find either repulsive or unesthetic or both."

    Phyllis Stine Gets a Job!

  • Each one was different, for easier differentiation of individual robots, and this one was clashing and unesthetic.

    The Norby Chronicles

  • I think that it is sort of an unesthetic type of thing for anybody to do.

    Oral History Interview with Guy B. Johnson, December 16, 1974. Interview B-0006. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • Some of the contraceptive measures require some trouble to use, some are unesthetic, but these are trifles and constitute a small price to pay for the privilege of being able to regulate the number of one's offspring according to one's intelligent desires.

    Woman Her Sex and Love Life

  • And remember you need not initiate your husband in all your unesthetic ailments.

    Woman Her Sex and Love Life

  • The major reservoirs called for to achieve near-future supply purposes are few, but they can be planned in places where they will get a maximum of these types of use and where drawdown and other unesthetic effects will be minimal.

    The Nation's River A report on the Potomac from the U.S. Department of the Interior

  • Some husbands may not mind it; but some men are very sensitive -- men on the whole are more esthetic than women -- and an indifference towards the wife may have its origin in some vulgar or unesthetic procedure on the wife's part.

    Woman Her Sex and Love Life

  • She had sat opposite him at the unesthetic boarding-house dining-table for the past six weeks now.

    McClure's Magazine, Vol. XXXI, No. 3, July 1908.

  • The chewing of gum, while no menace to society, is as unesthetic and disgusting as expectoration, and should fall under as righteous if not as severe a ban.

    The Etiquette of To-day

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