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/ ɑːts /

plural noun

    1. the arts imaginative, creative, and nonscientific branches of knowledge considered collectively, esp as studied academically
    2. ( as modifier )

      an arts degree

  1. cunning or crafty actions or plots; schemes

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“I never felt that culture and the arts were separate from politics,” he says.

Later, he transferred to the School of Visual Arts in New York City after developing an interest in filmmaking.

Its reporting and commentary on politics, society, and arts and letters have nurtured a broad liberal spirit in our national life.

She attended a multicultural performing arts school and swam competitively.

As a former arts teacher, she feels compelled to help the now-hysterical young boy.

The first commencement of Union College for conferring degrees in the arts and sciences.

Belle Ringold was very shrewd, young as she was, in the arts of gaining and holding the attention of young men.

Among the ancients, the tools which served in the arts were few in number, and these of exceeding simplicity.

He served as physician, as well as priest and school-master, and practised and taught the most useful domestic arts.

Like all racial beauties, bred by selection, she needed the arts of dress and furnishings to frame her.


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