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aesthetic an aesthetic theory, system, or point of view. [1/3 definitions]
aestheticism devotion to aesthetic characteristics as of prime importance. [1/2 definitions]
beautiful an idea or aesthetic concept of beauty (usu. prec. by "the"). [1/3 definitions]
belles-lettres (used with a sing. verb) elegant or polished writing; literature regarded as having an aesthetic function, as distinguished from informative or persuasive writing.
cosmetic serving an aesthetic but not functional purpose. [1/4 definitions]
deformity a moral or aesthetic defect or distortion. [1/3 definitions]
esthetic variant of aesthetic.
finish something added for completeness or aesthetic perfection. [1/11 definitions]
landscape architecture the art or profession of planning or changing rural or urban land for a desired effect, often both practical and aesthetic.
monument something maintained in the public interest for its aesthetic or historical significance. [1/3 definitions]
motif a distinct formal unit such as a design, theme, or musical phrase that may repeat in, dominate, characterize, or be a prominent feature of an aesthetic or decorative work. [1/2 definitions]
nonaesthetic combined form of aesthetic.
Philistine (sometimes l.c.) one who is ignorant of, smugly indifferent to, or hostile to aesthetic and cultural values. [2/4 definitions]
philosopher one who studies the nature and principles of knowledge, truth, existence, and moral and aesthetic values. [1/3 definitions]
philosophy the study of the nature and principles of knowledge, truth, existence, and moral and aesthetic values. [1/3 definitions]
sensibility the capacity for refined aesthetic discrimination. [1/4 definitions]
unaesthetic combined form of aesthetic.