Aesthetic – adjective

Definition: of, relating to, or dealing with aesthetics or the beautiful

I found this word while re-reading the guidelines for ENG1101 project#1  on Monday September 15, 2014. However, this word was first introduce on class Monday September 8, 2014 on the handout for Project#1:Introducing Yourself. It can be found in the bottom page, in the requirement for this project: use new vocabulary (especially the word aesthetic) properly.

After reading the hangout and looking up the definition of the word I believe the word aesthetic is referring in how creative the work is being done or presented.





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