[es-thet-ik-lee or, esp. British, ees-]
Origin of aesthetically
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Examples from the Web for esthetically
Esthetically, Lady Neldine, I would like very much to father you a child.
To Mayburn the hallucination of life was worth while esthetically.The Shadow of Life
Anne Douglas Sedgwick
You also can make a better Virgin if you believe in her otherwise than esthetically.Between Friends
Robert W. Chambers
Her feelings were as inflated spiritually as they had been an hour ago esthetically, before she lost Baedeker.A Room With A View
E. M. Forster
Esthetically, he'd like to father her a child, it says here in fine print—Boy, if she only knew!