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The synonyms of “Artistic” are: aesthetic, esthetic, creative, imaginative, inventive, original, unconventional, nonconformist, unorthodox, avant-garde, offbeat, irregular, alternative, experimental, idiosyncratic, eccentric, beautiful, fine, attractive, decorative, ornamental, lovely, moving, emotional, tasteful, graceful, stylish, elegant, subtle, exquisite, expressive
Artistic as an Adjective
Definitions of "Artistic" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “artistic” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Satisfying aesthetic standards and sensibilities.
- Having or revealing natural creative skill.
- Relating to or characteristic of art or artists.
- Aesthetically pleasing.
Synonyms of "Artistic" as an adjective (31 Words)
|aesthetic||Relating to or dealing with the subject of aesthetics.|
An aesthetic person.
|alternative||Relating to activities that depart from or challenge traditional norms.|
Alternative possibilities were neutrality or war.
|attractive||Having power to arouse interest.|
The job is attractive because of the pay.
|avant-garde||Radically new or original.|
|beautiful||Of a very high standard; excellent.|
|creative||Relating to or involving the use of the imagination or original ideas to create something.|
|decorative||Relating to decoration.|
A decorative artist.
|eccentric||(of a person or their behaviour) unconventional and slightly strange.|
A servo driving an eccentric cam.
|elegant||Suggesting taste, ease, and wealth.|
An elegant mathematical solution simple and precise and lucid.
|emotional||(of a person) having feelings that are easily excited and openly displayed.|
His behavior was highly emotional.
The illustrations made the book an aesthetic success.
|experimental||Based on experience as opposed to authority or conjecture.|
Experimental results that supported the hypothesis.
|expressive||Characterized by expression.|
A very expressive face.
|exquisite||Extremely beautiful and delicate.|
Felt exquisite pleasure.
|fine||Characterized by elegance or refinement or accomplishment.|
Anything you want is fine by me Linda.
|graceful||Characterized by beauty of movement, style, form, or execution.|
She was a tall girl slender and graceful.
|idiosyncratic||Relating to idiosyncrasy; peculiar or individual.|
We all have our own idiosyncratic gestures.
|imaginative||Having or showing creativity or inventiveness.|
Making imaginative use of computer software.
|inventive||Marked by independence and creativity in thought or action- Lewis Mumford.|
The most inventive composer of his time.
|irregular||(of troops) not belonging to regular or established army units.|
Their involvement in irregular financial dealings.
|lovely||Very pleasant or enjoyable; delightful.|
How lovely to see you.
|moving||Used of a series of photographs presented so as to create the illusion of motion.|
An unforgettable and moving book.
|nonconformist||Characterized by behaviour or views that do not conform to prevailing ideas or practices.|
Their rabidly nonconformist deportment has made them legendary.
|offbeat||Informal terms; strikingly unconventional.|
The answer sums up his offbeat skewed vision of the world.
|original||Present or existing from the beginning; first or earliest.|
A subtle and original thinker.
|ornamental||Serving an esthetic rather than a useful purpose.|
An ornamental fountain.
|stylish||Neat, confident, and skilful.|
A stylish range of jewellery.
|subtle||(especially of a change or distinction) so delicate or precise as to be difficult to analyse or describe.|
The German plan was simple yet subtle.
|tasteful||Having or showing or conforming to good taste.|
A tasteful lounge bar.
|unconventional||Not conforming to legality, moral law, or social convention.|
His unconventional approach to life.
|unorthodox||Breaking with convention or tradition.|
An unorthodox lifestyle.
Usage Examples of "Artistic" as an adjective
- An artistic flower arrangement.
- My lack of artistic ability.
- A denial of artistic freedom.
- Artistic workmanship.
- Computer programs which produce artistic designs.
Associations of "Artistic" (30 Words)
|acrobat||An athlete who performs acts requiring skill and agility and coordination.|
The aesthetic faculties.
|album||One or more recordings issued together; originally released on 12-inch phonograph records (usually with attractive record covers) and later on cassette audiotape and compact disc.|
His debut album was very much influenced by the jazz sound.
|art||The products of human creativity works of art collectively.|
I was never any good at art.
|artist||A person whose creative work shows sensitivity and imagination.|
A surgeon who is an artist with the scalpel.
|ballet||A group of dancers who regularly perform ballets.|
The Bolshoi Ballet.
The number of people learning ballroom has doubled in the last two years.
|choreograph||Compose a sequence of dance steps, often to music.|
The committee choreographs the movement of troops.
|choreographer||A person who composes the sequence of steps and moves for a performance of dance.|
A professional choreographer.
|choreography||A notation used by choreographers.|
As well as dancing she did a great deal of choreography.
|circus||A public scene of frenetic, noisy, or confused activity.|
They used the elephants to help put up the circus.
|classical||Relating to the first significant period of an area of study.|
|creative||A person whose job involves creative work.|
|dance||A set of lively movements resembling a dance.|
I danced her out of the room.
|dancer||A person who participates in a social gathering arranged for dancing (as a ball.|
She thought he would become a ballet dancer.
|dancing||The activity of dancing for pleasure or in order to entertain others.|
A dancing class.
|disco||Dance to disco music.|
The Bee Gees disco classic Staying Alive.
|esthetic||Relating to or dealing with the subject of aesthetics.|
An aesthetic person.
|eurhythmics||A system of rhythmical physical movements to music used to teach musical understanding (especially in Steiner schools) or for therapeutic purposes, evolved by Émile Jaques-Dalcroze.|
|gymnast||A person trained or skilled in gymnastics.|
|kachina||A small carved figure representing a kachina.|
|mazurka||Music composed for dancing the mazurka.|
|morris||Leader of the American Revolution who signed the Declaration of Independence and raised money for the Continental Army (1734-1806.|
|music||Musical activity singing or whistling etc.|
The background music of softly lapping water.
|opera||Operas as a genre of classical music.|
A very grand programme of opera and ballet.
|photography||The act of taking and printing photographs.|
|pirouette||Perform a pirouette.|
She pirouetted and made a bow.
|quadrille||A piece of music for a quadrille.|
A 32 horse quadrille.
|singer||United States inventor of an improved chain-stitch sewing machine (1811-1875.|
A pop singer.
|trapeze||A swing used by circus acrobats.|