aesthetic (adjective, noun)

Definition:

(adj.) concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste; (n.) a theory as to what is beautiful

Example Sentences:

– It wasn’t the prettiest web site, but its user-friendly interface made up for the lack of aesthetic images. (pleasing, refined)
– Gourmet food should look aesthetic as well as taste wonderful. (beautiful, pleasing)
– The Zen garden was aesthetically pleasing to the eye. (beautifully, artistically) adverb
– It was important to her that the furniture in her house be aesthetic, not just functional. (beautiful, tasteful)

Synonyms:

(adj.) tasteful, beautiful, pleasing, cultured,

Antonyms:

 (adj.) unaesthetic, ugly

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indubitably (adverb)

Definition:

characterized by being so apparent it cannot be doubted

Example Sentences:

– As her legs began to itch, it became indubitably apparent that she had stumbled into a patch of poison ivy. (clearly)
– He noticed the difference right away; his friend had indubitably lost about 100 pounds. (unmistakably)
– His mean-spirited actions and statements were indubitably meant to provoke me. (clearly, surely, definitely)
– My mom’s apple pie is indubitably the best I’ve ever tasted. (definitely, unequivocally)

Synonyms:

unquestionably, positively, definitely, clearly,

Antonyms:

doubtfully, questionably, vaguely

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