Origin of aesthete
OTHER WORDS FROM aesthetehy·per·aes·thete, noun
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How to use aesthete in a sentence
Everyone else seemed like naturally insouciant aesthetes, like they woke up with the knowledge of culture, art, and hipness, whereas everything I knew felt labored and deeply, obsessively limned.
The trouble was that the fight took on a life of its own, until the warrior in Hilton nearly crushed the aesthete.
He makes people who I call the aesthete—who have a very specific aesthetic point of view.
Edith was a fascinating character, at once a strict fundamentalist and a sophisticated, warm-hearted aesthete.
The aesthete who had so touched him with his impassioned voice, was going to say the saving word.The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse|Vicente Blasco Ibanez
To everyone, except perhaps here and there an occasional aesthete, the commonest sense of the word is unaesthetic.Art|Clive Bell
We see that the man whose success is merely personal—the actor, the sophist, the millionaire, the aesthete—is incurably vulgar.Soliloquies in England|George Santayana
The service would have been pronounced by any modern aesthetic religionist—or religious aesthete, which is it?Sylvie and Bruno|Lewis Carroll
But Becky Sharp's eyes also were green, and the green of the aesthete does not suggest innocence.Prose Fancies (Second Series)|Richard Le Gallienne