according to or its principles.
in an manner.
My abs, aesthetically my weakest feature, no longer made me nervous.
Does Sexercise Work? Meghan Pleticha May 25, 2010
News Bento: An aesthetically pleasing news aggregator that can hold as much news as you want to collect in it.
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Musically, intellectually, aesthetically, Questlove emerges as one of the good guys.
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Gastronomically and aesthetically, he has a better time in Paris; but it is in Oxford that most of his ten interviewees live.
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The economist Tyler Cowen critiqued the high-end inventory as “aesthetically abysmal” and “drastically overpriced.”
Amazon Opens Fine Art Market Filipa Ioannou August 7, 2013
They teach what is aesthetically permitted and what is aesthetically pleasing.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 8, Slice 6 Various
But the infinitesimal does not move us aesthetically; it can only awaken an amused curiosity.
The Sense of Beauty George Santayana
The process of marbling is highly curious, both chemically and aesthetically, and may be briefly described.
A Book for All Readers Ainsworth Rand Spofford
Sociologically and aesthetically, the gains will be indirect.
Charities and the Commons: The Pittsburgh Survey, Part II: The Place Various
In the first case he is in our eyes a morally great person; in the second he is only aesthetically great.
The Aesthetical Essays Friedrich Schiller
Sometimes, esthetician. a person who is versed in , the branch of philosophy dealing with such notions as the beautiful, the ugly, the sublime, the comic, etc., as applicable to the fine arts, with a view to establishing the meaning and validity of critical judgments concerning works of art, and the principles underlying or justifying […]
to depict as being pleasing or artistically beautiful; represent in an idealized or refined manner.
the acceptance of artistic beauty and taste as a fundamental standard, ethical and other standards being secondary. an exaggerated devotion to art, music, or poetry, with indifference to practical matters. a late Victorian movement in British and American art characterized by a dedicatedly eclectic search for beauty and by an interest in old English, Japanese, […]
the branch of philosophy dealing with such notions as the beautiful, the ugly, the sublime, the comic, etc., as applicable to the fine arts, with a view to establishing the meaning and validity of critical judgments concerning works of art, and the principles underlying or justifying such judgments. the study of the mind and emotions […]