Examples of aesthete in a Sentence
He regards art critics as a bunch of pretentious aesthetes.
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The description makes his career choice sound like an aesthetic one, and Bourdain indeed was an aesthete, devoted to an art form—food—where intellect follows the tongue.
The original series, which aired on Bravo in the early 2000s, was fueled by a sort of culture-clash comedy between gay aesthetes and straight louts.
Patrick’s father, David (Hugo Weaving), is a sadistic aesthete who has taken up cruelty in place of a profession.
Perhaps no show has used food better than Hannibal, which ran on NBC from 2013 to 2015. The show’s center point is the cannibalistic Hannibal Lecter, portrayed by Mads Mikkelsen as a lip-wiping aesthete and an incarnation of Satan himself.
In this and other areas, this is the kind of movie Hollywood once made its world-wide reputation on, scorned by the aesthetes, adored by the multitudes.
From this doubled alienation sprang a baffled psyche: an aesthete traipsing nimbly through an age of brutal rupture.
This week, design enthusiasts and aesthetes around the world descended upon Milano.
The remake is also the movie debut of Director X, a filmmaker primarily known for his stylish music videos that appeal to discerning aesthetes and hypebeasts alike.
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AESTHETE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aesthete for English Language Learners
: a person who recognizes and values beauty in art, music, etc.
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