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aesthetic
used in Atlas Shrugged

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Definition
related to beauty or good taste — often referring to one's appreciation of beauty or one's sense of what is beautiful

or:

beautiful or tasteful
  • ...he felt was the sheer pleasure of the sight, the purest esthetic pleasure he had ever experienced.
    2.6 Part 2 Chapter 6 — Miracle Metal (90% in)
esthetic = sensation of beauty
  • He looked like the hulk of an evangelist or a professor of esthetics who had spent years in contemplation in obscure museums.
    1.7 Part 1 Chapter 7 — The Exploiters and the Exploited (27% in)
  • He had a yellow complexion, curly hair, a hard face made of soft muscles, and the revolting handsomeness belonging to the esthetic standards of barroom corners; his blurred brown eyes had the empty flatness of glass.
    3.3 Part 3 Chapter 3 — Anti-Greed (43% in)

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