esthetically : Definition, Usages, News and More

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es the tik lee

  • r  in a tasteful way
    this building is aesthetically very pleasing

  • Working together, the two present "esthetically gratifying audio-visual experiences probably related to basic instincts in the fear of loud noise and the fear of falling.
  • When New York City last week declared Trinity Church a municipal landmark, it honored something more than an esthetically pleasing place of worship.
  • The old cinema, as Mekas sees it, was esthetically no more than an extension of the theater.
News & Articles

  • Wayne councilman saluted for his dedication
    From people to animals, former Councilman Alan Purcell has taken hold of the First Ward that he headed up for 13 years and singlehandedly molded it into a neighborhood, both esthetically and graciously.
    June 20, 2013 - The Record

  • Clara Hughes in 680 News
    The facility is incredible, esthetically it is beautiful, and the views . . . it's been made with a lot of care and thought and you can really see that already,said Hughes. "I think Canadians are going to be very proud of this rink."
  • Eddie Einhorn in New York Times
    Hindsight is very good, but that stadium is not very esthetically pleasing,Einhorn said "We don't like a dome. It's not pure baseball. Fans love to see grass."

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