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used in The God of Small Things

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


beautiful or tasteful
  • They stepped away from him. Craftsmen assessing their work. Seeking aesthetic distance. ... He was semi-conscious, but wasn't moving. His skull was fractured in three places. His nose and both his cheekbones were smashed, leaving his face pulpy, undefined. The blow to his mouth had...
    Chapter 18 (75% in)
aesthetic = related to beauty or good taste

(editor's note:  This is an unusual context for aesthetic. It's as though they step back to admire their work from enough distance to see all of it in context.)
There are no more uses of "aesthetic" in The God of Small Things.

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