Definition of inaesthetic
1 : violating aesthetic canons or requirements : deficient in tastefulness or beauty : offensive from lack of beauty peered through those inaesthetic spectacles — Maurice Cranston
2 : lacking aesthetic sensibility inaesthetic and quite unintellectual — A. L. Rowse
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Origin and Etymology of inaesthetic
1in- + aesthetic
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