Definition of inartistic in English:

inartistic

Line breaks: in|art¦is¦tic
Pronunciation: /ɪnɑːˈtɪstɪk
 
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adjective

Having or showing a lack of skill or talent in art: amplification is not necessarily a bad or inartistic phenomenon Euripides could only produce work that was thoroughly inartistic itself
More example sentences
  • Apart from the occasional strimming and on some of the roundabouts, an economical and inartistic planting of annuals, no signs of care are evident.
  • These are not illegitimate pressures, even if they may seem inartistic, in a business that has never offered itself as simply an art.
  • As the era's most vocal horticulturist, Robinson decried one of the favourite tricks of architects, the clipping and aligning of trees, as ‘barbarous, needless, and inartistic.’

Derivatives

inartistically

adverb
More example sentences
  • Of course, social insight, or alleged social insight, can be used inartistically.
  • Aristotle observes (XXV, 5) that "not to know that a hind has no horns is a less serious matter than to paint it inartistically."
  • However, the mere fact that a message is inartistically worded and subject to different interpretations will not suffice to establish such misrepresentation as would lead us to set the election aside.

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