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aesthetic
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Moby Dick
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  • But if, in the face of all this, you still declare that whaling has no aesthetically noble associations connected with it...
  • Of late years the Manilla rope has in the American fishery almost entirely superseded hemp as a material for whale-lines; for, though not so durable as hemp, it is stronger, and far more soft and elastic; and I will add (since there is an aesthetics in all things), is much more handsome and becoming to the boat, than hemp.

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  • It was not aesthetically pleasing.
  • She expressed concern about the aesthetic impact of wind turbines in such beautiful countryside.

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