esthetic

[es-thet-ik]
adjective, noun

nonesthetic, adjective
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aesthetic or esthetic (iːsˈθɛtɪk, ɪs-)
 
adj
1.  connected with aesthetics or its principles
2.  a.  relating to pure beauty rather than to other considerations
 b.  artistic or relating to good taste: an aesthetic consideration
 
n
3.  a principle of taste or style adopted by a particular person, group, or culture: the Bauhaus aesthetic of functional modernity
 
esthetic or esthetic
 
adj
 
n
 
aes'thetically or esthetic
 
adv
 
es'thetically or esthetic
 
adv

esthete (ˈiːsθiːt)
 
n
a US spelling of aesthete
 
esthetic
 
adj
 
es'thetical
 
adj
 
es'thetically
 
adv
 
esthetician
 
n
 
es'theticism
 
n
 
es'thetics
 
n

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Word Origin & History

esthetic
alternate form of aesthetic (see aesthetic). Also see æ. Related: esthetical; esthetically; esthetician; esthetics
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Medical Dictionary

esthetic es·thet·ic (ěs-thět'ĭk)
adj.
Variant of aesthetic.

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Example sentences
One can't help but notice the esthetic poverty of the postwar buildings in the
  area.
Pollarding has its esthetic and its practical sides.
It is not an exhibition that says much of esthetic emotion or personality or
  anything else old fashioned.
There were a number of reasons for this esthetic austerity.
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