Related formssty·lis·ti·cal·ly, adverb
Can be confusedstylish stylistic
Examples from the Web for stylistic
That decision would have forced photos in standardized formats to create a stylistic coherence.
In his opinion, the differences between him and his Tea Party opponent were mostly “stylistic.”Tea Party Tests Its Might in Texas by Opposing Conservative Rep. Pete Sessions|Ben Jacobs|January 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Translations into clear and readable English actually fail to convey the stylistic obscurity and difficulty of his Greek.The Classics are Dead! Long Live the Classics! Mary Beard’s New Book|Nick Romeo|September 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It is refreshing to hear the substance of libertarian beliefs coincide with its stylistic invocation.
This quest to infuse greater meaning into stylistic exploration was a lifelong one.
Neither can it be claimed that Kropotkin's stylistic deficiency is due to the fact that he is an economist.Comrade Kropotkin|Victor Robinson
Germany shows the same technical and stylistic tendencies and the same evolutionary direction as France.Men of the Old Stone Age|Henry Fairfield Osborn
Punctuation, spelling, hyphenation and stylistic presentation standardized when a predominant preference was found in this book.Light for Little Ones|Mary F. Waterbury
There is no documentary authority for this attribution, and on stylistic grounds it is untenable.Donatello|David Lindsay, Earl of Crawford
Stylistic obsession and the taste for material beauty ended in mechanical prettiness, altogether inexpressive or sentimental.Pot-Boilers|Clive Bell