nonaesthetic

nonaesthetic

(ˌnɒnˌiːsˈθɛtɪk; ˌnɒnɪsˈθɛtɪk)
adj
not aesthetic, not related to the appreciation of beautynot related to the philosophy of aesthetics
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Moving enough is an equally important aspect of weight management, but again, trying to create nonaesthetic goals will help to form a really healthy habit.
volleyball, color guard, auxiliary dance, cheerleading) and nonaesthetic (i.
Overall the current evidence from studies of HA derivative fillers in the management of nonaesthetic periocular indications show promising early results regarding both efficacy and side effect profile.
Yet the brief allusion to wife and babes, who remain absent in the poem, indicts a nonaesthetic sense of the significance of heterosexual, familial bonds that are products--and productive--of the ordinary, quotidian world that pure, Paterian aestheticism leaves in abeyance, bonds that are the subject of some of Webster's most powerful poems: the Mother and Daughter Sonnets, "Medea in Athens," and "A Castaway.
While it is the first nonaesthetic laser brought in by the company, the goal of enhancing everyone's beauty sleep is still in line with its vision of making every Filipino woman beautiful.
Dieting and body image in aesthetic sports: a comparison of Dutch female gymnasts and nonaesthetic sport participants.
The nonaesthetic qualities of a thing determine its aesthetic qualities.
As this process was particularly devised for making technical textiles, which are textile products manufactured for nonaesthetic purposes, and where their function is the primary criterion.
But Jefferson's reading of realist fiction as engaged in what we might think of as a Kleinian aggression against genius might be compatible with its broadening of the notion of genius past just the aesthetic: to render genius nonaesthetic is, perhaps, much the same thing as killing it off.
38) This aesthetic discourse, often Orientalist in tone, was instrumental in policing the boundaries of race and class--which is why Ada (later, Aida) Overton Walker's performance of Salome (a black appropriation of a white Orientalist discourse) represented a political transgression by violating white expectations that black performance was necessarily--and emphatically--a nonaesthetic performance tradition marked by comedy, eccentric movements, and the "primitive.
The 'distinction between aesthetic and nonaesthetic reading, then, derives ultimately from what the reader does, the stance that he [sic] adopts and the activities he [sic] carries out in relation to the text' (Rosenblatt, 1978, p.
Although the disease is most often not fatal (Stevens 2009), commercial implications like decreased marketability resulting from nonaesthetic appearance have severe economic impacts on lobster fisheries, wholesale and retail.