Noun(1) one who professes great sensitivity to the beauty of art and nature
(1) He was a cultured aesthete who loved music, architecture, and philosophy, even corresponding at length with Voltaire.(2) Nor are we holier-than-thou aesthetes who can't manage more than a half lager without being sick in the taxi.(3) SHE HAS always flattered - the eyes of the aesthetes - not to deceive, but to delight.(4) Her attitude is now certainly sadder, her descriptions more concrete, her approach less that of the aesthete .(5) In the 1920s and 30s it developed into a glamorous resort populated by rich aesthetes , dissident intellectuals and artists.(6) They are advanced aesthetes , located in community-based cultures.(7) His pose was that of the dandy and the aesthete , emphatically not that of the angry young man.(8) And Derrida, like all Deconstructionists - and, in particular, French aesthetes , are expert at making rhetoric dance.(9) The aesthetes marvelled at his sureness of foot and quickness of hand.(10) If opera is an elitist, outmoded art form for high-brow aesthetes , then no one's told these kids.(11) Councillors they may be, aesthetes they are not!(12) Travelling aesthetes are too engaged with life to be bored.(13) For all the millions that the Londoners have splashed out, aesthetes find them a comparatively ugly side to watch.(14) The aesthetes of New Eltham were not his only problem.(15) The film had so much potential to please the aesthetes , to assuage the jangled nerves.(16) He remains an aesthete , but his appreciation of culture is now spiritually empty.
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