Examples of stylistic in a Sentence
There are a number of stylistic changes in the new car.
stylistic differences among various writers
Recent Examples of stylistic from the Web
López Obrador, who ran for president twice before, has drawn stylistic comparisons to President Trump.
Seen today in Paris at the Giambattista Valli Haute Couture show, Macron’s unexpected choice of a T-shirt and jeans proved to be another stylistic departure.
In Run TMC fans saw unbridled joy, a stylistic juggernaut.
But ever since Nike exploded because a track coach started looking funny at his wife’s waffle maker, athletic shoes have been stylistic innovators.
This customization extends to new props such as wheelchairs, which can similarly be customized to match your stylistic preferences.
The architecture is a byproduct of the stylistic preferences and engineering constraints of the 1860s.
For even with a rotating cast of musicians, the Recession Seven continues to celebrate classic swing music with fidelity to its stylistic demands, but also with the verve and freedom of in-the-moment jazz improvisation.
Though stylistic biases can be detected in the choir’s programs, no school of music composition dominates.
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STYLISTIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stylistic for English Language Learners
: of or relating to style
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