stylistically


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sty·lis·tic

 (stī-lĭs′tĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to style, especially literary style.

sty·lis′ti·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.stylistically - in a rhetorically stylistic manner; "stylistically complex"
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stylistically

[staɪˈlɪstɪklɪ] ADVestilísticamente

stylistically

adv radical, surprising, conventionalstilistisch; stylistically, it lacks polishstilistisch gesehen or vom Stil her fehlt es am letzten Schliff
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The 10-song set (plus six bonus tracks on the deluxe album) has big ambitions and big arrangements, but it's stylistically scattershot as Cullum explores the past several decades of the pop songbook.
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A stylistically versatile collection of connected short stories, Fouad Laroui's first work in English translation immerses the reader in the experience of a foreigner displaced.
Part confessional and part performance, "Fear of 13" is a haunting psychological thriller that is a stylistically daring experiment in storytelling.
Shot over two years, and incorporating news of the Ferguson, Mo., riots together with federal programs that funnel a staggering amount of military hardware into small-town America, the doc is stylistically uninspiring, with a tedious, threatening sound design, but the powerful subject matter largely overcomes such missteps, as testified by its Tribeca jury win.
The Johnette Napolitano-fronted band Concrete Blonde is, for my money, one of the best straight-up rock bands of all time, stylistically straddling that line between '70s punk and '90s alt-rock, and embodying the best elements of both.
Stylistically, they may look a bit Amy Winehouse, but drug addiction and general chaos is eschewed for a daring mix of musical genres instead, with ska, funk and cheerful rockabilly belying lyrics telling of the heartbreak and longing they're finally old enough to feel.