Related formspseu·do·aes·thet·i·cal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for aesthetically
Aesthetically, “Why We Fight” perfectly recalls the fevered early years of AIDS activism.Finally, an Accurate Look Back at AIDS Activism in ‘Why We Fight’|Hugh Ryan|December 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Seoul is, as its boosters claim, fully modern but also both highly congested and aesthetically barren.City Leaders Are in Love With Density but Most City Dwellers Disagree|Joel Kotkin|September 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The economist Tyler Cowen critiqued the high-end inventory as “aesthetically abysmal” and “drastically overpriced.”
Musically, intellectually, aesthetically, Questlove emerges as one of the good guys.
Her uncanny juxtapositions are provocative—spatially, aesthetically, and psychologically.
Everything his eye fell on it feasted on, not aesthetically, but with a plain, jolly appetite as of a boy eating buns.The Ball and The Cross|G.K. Chesterton
The nation is, aesthetically considered, now in its period of development.O. T.|Hans Christian Andersen
They interest us; they may move us too in a hundred different ways, but they do not move us aesthetically.Art|Clive Bell
Commercially and aesthetically it is unwise to make servings too large.Quantity Cookery|Lenore Richards
The gruesome noise he was emitting did not really affect us otherwise than aesthetically.The Golden Age|Kenneth Grahame