æsthetic

See also: aesthetic

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æsthetic (comparative more æsthetic, superlative most æsthetic)

  1. Obsolete spelling of aesthetic.
    • 1995, Richard Appignanesi [orig. ed.], Ziauddin Sardar, and Patrick Curry, Introducing Postmodernism, page 47, “Eclectic Postmodernism” (Icon Books UK / Totem Books USA; ISBN 1840460563):
      In the absence of any æsthetic criteria, money is the only yardstick. All “tastes”, like all “needs”, are attended to by the market.

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æsthetic (plural æsthetics)

  1. Obsolete spelling of aesthetic.

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