Aesthetic (adjective)

  1. Relating to the appreciation of beauty or good taste.
  2. Relating to the study of criteria for the arts and of taste.
  3. Relating to a sense of beauty and taste.
  4. Pleasing in appearance or style.

Origin:

Mid 19th century: from german ästhetik, from greek aisthēsis "perception", from aisthanesthai "to perceive".

Examples:

  1. The new building has a modern aesthetic.
  2. This painting has a strong aesthetic appeal.
  3. The designer's goal was to create an aesthetic that was both functional and attractive.
  4. The aesthetic of the film was greatly influenced by French New Wave cinema.
  5. The new furniture has a sleek, minimalist aesthetic.
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