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
His compositions demonstrated his compatibility with pop music’s stylistic palette, production effects and emotional affect.
According to Cartier, the necklace is a tribute to Jeanne Toussaint, the brand's creative director in the Thirties who is said to have had a decisive hand in establishing what has become the house's stylistic identity.
The concert features selected works by Henry Purcell, a 17th-century English composer known for creating a uniquely English form of Baroque music by incorporating French and Italian stylistic elements.
ArtWorks reserves the right to make stylistic changes to the final artwork, including but not limited to color palette, patterning and/or overall composition.
His goal isn’t so much stylistic consistency in his wines as to have them express the vagaries of the vintage.
In turn, architects became public pop-intellectuals, each stuck in a personal stylistic mode, promoting their services to global client lists.
Still, this is a team known for its continuity, and there’s little reason to expect much in the way of stylistic change next fall—or that the spring game will feature a product that at all resembles the team Stanford will field next fall.
Jacobson, a Christian television executive, agrees with Cruz on most issues, but wants a stylistic change in Texas’s senator.
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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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