or es·thet·i·cal·ly

[ es-thet-ik-lee or, especially British, ees- ]

  1. according to aesthetics or its principles.

  2. in an aesthetic manner.

Origin of aesthetically

First recorded in 1820–30; aesthetical + -ly

Other words from aesthetically

  • pseu·do·aes·thet·i·cal·ly, adverb Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use aesthetically in a sentence

  • Some get juice without nicotine at all, just to enjoy the process esthetically.

  • The remote and esthetically sublime is to be scientifically described and explained in terms of homely familiar events and forces.

  • They reveal their ideas poetically and esthetically and the method is personal and ample for presentation.

    Adventures in the Arts | Marsden Hartley
  • We cannot hope to function esthetically as we did before all this happened, because we are not the same beings intellectually.

    Adventures in the Arts | Marsden Hartley
  • It has always impressed me as being the most natural form of transposed physical culture, esthetically speaking.

    Adventures in the Arts | Marsden Hartley