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unaesthetic

[ uhn-es-thet-ik or, especially British, -ees- ]
/ 藢蕦n 蓻s藞胃蓻t 瑟k or, especially British, -is- /
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adjective
offensive to the aesthetic sense; lacking in beauty or sensory appeal; unpleasant, as an object, design, arrangement, etc.: an unaesthetic combination of colors.
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Origin of unaesthetic

First recorded in 1825鈥35; un-1 + aesthetic

OTHER WORDS FROM unaesthetic

un路aes路thet路i路cal路ly, adverb
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