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aesthetic
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  • He knew himself to be of a breeding altogether more esthetic and sensitive than Thompson’s. He was a college graduate, he played golf, he often smoked cigarettes instead of cigars, and when he went to Chicago he took a room with a private bath.

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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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