noun, plural ge·stalts, ge·stal·ten [guh-shtahl-tn, -shtawl-, -stahl-, -stawl-]. /gəˈʃtɑl tn, -ˈʃtɔl-, -ˈstɑl-, -ˈstɔl-/. (sometimes initial capital letter)Psychology.
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Not any specific feature of the series, but a sort of overall gestalt.
But on Wednesday, here was the White House to remind you that an MC is more than the gestalt of his lyrics.The GOP's Hypocrisy Over Rapper Common's White House Invite|Chris Lee|May 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST
To address the whole gestalt of the ultimate daiquiri, we need to come at this from two angles.
"Dreaming of you, of course," he said to the flesh-clad skeleton behind the total gestalt Judy.Warm|Robert Sheckley
Everett and his Telempathetic Gestalt have proved to be the equivalent of the world's largest survey sample.Telempathy|Vance Simonds
Right now I needed a gestalt of something whose whole would be a lot greater than the sum of its parts.Jack of No Trades|Charles Cottrell
Perls transformed the Gestalt psychologists' central idea so it would serve as a basis for his approach to psychotherapy.
If his action is successful, his Gestalt is closed: the problem is resolved, and the motivation is fulfilled.