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aesthetic
  1. The study of art or beauty.
  2. That which appeals to the senses.
  3. (Internet) The artistic motifs defining a collection of things, especially works of art; more broadly, their vibe
aesthetician
  1. One who studies aesthetics; a student of art or beauty.
  2. A beautician; somebody employed to provide beauty treatments such as manicures and facials.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “A sea-mud mask, used two to three times weekly, can also help, says an aesthetician in California.”
      “All clay types are equally effective, says an aesthetician and author of a book about skin care.”
      “Although he initially studied languages, he took composition lessons and was influenced by the musical aesthetician.”
aesthete
  1. Someone who cultivates an unusually high sensitivity to beauty, as in art or nature.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Being an aesthete with high standards of evidence and argumentation, these intrusions chap him.”
      “He was never one to palliate or eulogise, he was never a regulation aesthete.”
      “He remains an aesthete, but his appreciation of culture is now spiritually empty.”
aestheticism
  1. A doctrine which holds aesthetics or beauty as the highest ideal or most basic standard.
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “There is, one might observe, truth in the aesthetic, but truth defined by the aesthetic easily descends into sickly aestheticism.”
      “One represents the aestheticism of the academy, the other the avant-garde faith in innovation and progression.”
      “Shanghai as China's first metropolis, nurtured a unique hybrid culture, combining Chinese with Westernized aestheticism.”
aesthetics
  1. The study or philosophy of beauty.
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “The addition of these trees to the school grounds will enhance the aesthetics of the landscape.”
      “More disturbingly, Gonzalez's aesthetics, confirmed by his own poetry, seem overly obsessed with language and esoterica.”
      “But how many of us have ever appreciated the aesthetics of the underground terrain as we go from here to there?”
aestheticist
  1. A proponent of aestheticism.
  2. Examples:
    1. “The difference between these two novellas is the difference between aestheticist despair and messianic hope.”
aestheticization
  1. Alternative form of aestheticisation
  2. Examples:
    1. “Our culture has aestheticized politics as well as war, and aestheticization now also threatens the art of architecture.”
estheticism
  1. (American) Alternative spelling of aestheticism
  2. Examples:
    1. “Though not much stressed in the catalogue's writings, Dickinson's pronounced estheticism is key to his sensibility.”
      “Balthus's paintings aim at a classical order and refined estheticism, yet within this timelessness lurk subliminal tensions.”
      “Yet, in its disavowal of pure estheticism and visual idealization, Lee's work seems more American than Korean.”
esthetician
  1. Alternative spelling of aesthetician
  2. Examples:
    1. “Also, it's a good idea to wear an inexpensive pair of underwear so the esthetician can use it as a guide.”
      “Once they find an esthetician they trust, the male patient tends to be loyal to that provider.”
      “During my spa visit, I had the opportunity to talk with the lovely and talented esthetician.”
aestheticisation
  1. Act or process of aestheticising.
esthetics
  1. (US) Alternative spelling of aesthetics
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “Dou Wei's talent in music is unreservedly and unpremeditatedly incarnated in his music esthetics.”
      “The desirability of the effects and the legitimacy of the causes are questions left to esthetics, psychology, and moral philosophy.”
      “The ignorant and the professors of esthetics who do not know the source of all this have named it Greek idealism.”
esthete
aesthetican
  1. One versed in aesthetics.
aestheticisations
  1. plural of aestheticisation
aestheticizations
  1. plural of aestheticization
aestheticians
  1. plural of aesthetician
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  3. Examples:
    1. “I believe that Theological Aesthetics will reward theologians, aestheticians, and others interested in these topics.”
      “He ends by arguing that the topics of interest to aestheticians can be re-evaluated into a number of distinct adaptations.”
      “Ever since the cinema began, aestheticians have sought to define pure cinema.”
aestheticisms
aestheticists
  1. plural of aestheticist
aestheticans
  1. plural of aesthetican
estheticisms
  1. plural of estheticism
estheticians
  1. plural of esthetician
  2. Examples:
    1. “He recommends this process, which estheticians call exfoliation.”
aesthetes
  1. plural of aesthete
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “Nor are we holier-than-thou aesthetes who can't manage more than a half lager without being sick in the taxi.”
      “For all the millions that the Londoners have splashed out, aesthetes find them a comparatively ugly side to watch.”
      “The film had so much potential to please the aesthetes, to assuage the jangled nerves.”
esthetes
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