AEsthetic
AEsthetic [AE]s*thet"ic, AEsthetical [AE]s*thet"ic*al, a. Of or Pertaining to [ae]sthetics; versed in [ae]sthetics; as, [ae]sthetic studies, emotions, ideas, persons, etc. [1913 Webster] -- {[AE]s*thet"ic*al*ly}, adv. [1913 Webster]

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