English adjective: aesthetic
|1.||aesthetic relating to or dealing with the subject of aesthetics|
|2.||aesthetic concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste|
|Samples||The aesthetic faculties.|
An aesthetic person.
The illustrations made the book an aesthetic success.
|Synonyms||aesthetical, esthetic, esthetical|
|Similar||artistic, cosmetic, enhancive, painterly, sensuous|
|3.||aesthetic aesthetically pleasing|
|Samples||An artistic flower arrangement.|
English noun: aesthetic
|1.||aesthetic (cognition) (philosophy) a philosophical theory as to what is beautiful|
|Samples||He despised the esthetic of minimalism.|
|Broader (hypernym)||philosophical doctrine, philosophical theory|