unaesthetic

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adjective un·aes·thet·ic \ˌən-es-ˈthe-tik, -is-, British usually -ēs-\

Definition of unaesthetic

  1. :  not aesthetic; especially :  lacking artistic value or beauty <an unaesthetic design> <The only objects hidden from view are unaesthetic plastic storage bowls and baking pans … — Judith Olney>

1832

First Known Use of unaesthetic

1832


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