Art synonyms

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The product of art, sense 2
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Artistic quality or craft:
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A reasoned purpose; an intent:
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The definition of an artifice is a skill or craft that is clever but often manipulative or tricky.
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Displays of skillfulness or ease of ability.
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A figure, image or idea that substitutes reality.
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The result of mentally abstracting an idea; the results of said process.
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An occupation or trade requiring manual dexterity or skilled artistry.
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Work in the graphic or plastic arts, especially small handmade decorative or artistic objects.
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The definition of ingenuity is the quality of being clever, creative or imaginative.
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A picture or image that is used to decorate or clarify a text.
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Such acts practiced as a graphic art form.
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A skill, talent, or capacity:
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Devotion of time or attention to the improvement of (something)
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Skill and grace in physical movement, especially in the use of the hands; adroitness.
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A way of motion or functioning.
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Something derived or copied from an original, often in an inferior way:
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A style of construction
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A representation or description:
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The quality of being inventive; the faculty of inventing.
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The definition of a dance is a group of rhythmic movements and steps set to music or a social gathering where people participate in rhythmic movements and steps set to music.
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The art or practice of shaping figures or designs in the round or in relief, as by chiseling marble, modeling clay, or casting in metal.
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A work of outstanding creativity, skill or workmanship.
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(Usually in the plural) A trick or stratagem practiced for ensnaring or deception; a sly, insidious artifice
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The quality of being a craftsman.
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The product of art, sense 2
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Music is a form of art that combines vocal or instrumental sounds to create a composition.
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The mathematics of integers, rational numbers, real numbers, or complex numbers under the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
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Skill or creative power
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The style and forms of art, literature, architecture, etc. of the Renaissance
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The state or quality associated with being an artisan
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A special talent or skill, especially one difficult to explain or teach:
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Something that belongs to the past:
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A branch or kind of business:
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(Computer science) The amount of useful work accomplished by a computer system compared to the time and resources used.
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Something drawn briefly and basically; a sketch.
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(Psychology) The unconscious mental representation of one thing by another
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The act or product of one who sculpts; sculpture.
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The quality of being adept.
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The quality of being artful or of acting in an artful manner.
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the creation of beautiful or significant things
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Of or relating to Flanders, either as the historical county of Flanders (the current provinces of West Flanders and East Flanders in Belgium, Zeelandic Flanders in the Netherlands and French Flanders); or as the Dutch-speaking region of Belgium.
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Native or inhabitant of Siena
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A school and theory of geometric abstract art that originated in Russia in the early 1900s and influenced constructivism.
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(Obs.) An evil plan or scheme
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An ability or talent; an aptitude:
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The definition of a description is a statement that gives details about someone or something.
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The branch of philosophy dealing with correct reasoning, describing relationships among propositions in terms of implication, contradiction, contrariety, conversion, etc.
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(Obsolete) Foolish conduct; wrongdoing.
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One that habitually or excessively is in a specified condition or performs a specified action:
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A short-lived modernist movement in British art and poetry of the early 20th century, incorporating elements of cubism and futurism.
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Proficiency, facility, or dexterity that is acquired or developed through training or experience:
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A French expressionist movement in painting at the beginning of the 20th cent., involving Matisse, Derain, Vlaminck, etc.: it was characterized by bold distortion of form and the use of strong, pure color
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An occupation, trade, craft, or activity in which one has a professed expertise in a particular area; a job, especially one requiring a high level of skill or training.
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A method of achieving something or carrying something out, especially one requiring some skill or knowledge. [from 19th c.]
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The quality or ability to create or invent something.
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Full command of a subject of study:
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Alternative spelling of know-how.
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The definition of a simulation is a model or representative example of something.
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The style characteristic of a primitive artist.
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Activity pursued as a livelihood
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A loud noise.
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A cultural movement that began in neutral Zürich, Switzerland, during World War I and peaked from 1916 to 1920, which involved visual arts, literature (poetry, art manifestos, art theory), theatre, and graphic design, which concentrated its anti-war politic through a rejection of the prevailing standards in art through anti-art cultural works.
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(Art) A genre of art (literature) involving the depiction of quiet, domestic scenes, usually of domestic interiors
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The theory or practice of representational art
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A superior, apparently natural ability in the arts or sciences or in the learning or doing of anything
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The acquisition of a new skill by observing and imitating that behavior being performed by another individual.
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The action of the verb to shape.
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An Italian sauce made of ground meat and tomato.
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Masterpiece is defined as a work of great skill.
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The definition of language is speech or other forms of communication.
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A picture or design in paint.
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(Countable) A particular discipline or branch of learning, especially one dealing with measurable or systematic principles rather than intuition or natural ability. [from 14th c.]
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Serious work or endeavor:
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Vocation is defined as a call to do something, especially regarding religious work.
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Artistic objects, as paintings, sculpture, etc. collectively
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The natural wit or instincts of an animal.
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The study and creation of beauty
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Something produced in one of the fine arts, esp. in one of the graphic or plastic arts, as a painting, sculpture, carving, etc.
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The definition of a creation is something that has been made or brought into existence.
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Those areas of learning that require and cultivate general intellectual ability rather than technical skills; the humanities
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The art or occupation of a literary writer.
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Skill or creative power
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Skill or creative power
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A period in western art from ca. 1600 to the middle of the eighteenth century, characterized by drama, rich color, and dramatic contrast between light and shadow.
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Skill or creative power
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(Often capitalized) An artistic movement in the early 20th Century characterized by the depiction of natural forms as geometric structures of planes.
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The definition of geometry is a branch of math that focuses on the measurement and relationship of lines, angles, surfaces, solids and points.
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(Art) a movement in art characterized by visible brush strokes, ordinary subject matters, and an emphasis on light and its changing qualities
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(Uncountable) Accumulated knowledge.
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Plural form of method
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The use of objective methods in art or literature
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The modern philosophical doctrine, opposed to idealism, that physical objects exist independently of their being perceived.
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The art or study of using language effectively and persuasively.
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The spirit, attitudes, style, etc. of, or adherence to, the Romantic Movement or a similar movement
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Skill or creative power
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General course of action or conduct in life, or in a particular part of it.
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A specific piece of work to be done for a set fee:
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Course of conduct, thought, occupation, or policy; method of argument; department of industry, trade, or intellectual activity. [from earlier 17th c.]
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Pursuit is the act of following something, either to catch it or to engage in a specific activity.
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One's place of employment:
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The state of being employed, esp. for pay; paid service; employment
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Power of control, direction or disposal; mastery.
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The state of being expert; skill or proficiency
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The state or quality of being proficient; competence.
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The characteristic or quality of being foxy
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Familiarity, awareness, or understanding gained through experience or study:
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Deceitful cleverness
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(Uncountable, plural only) Resources; riches.
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the creation of beautiful or significant things
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Superior skill or ability.
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Graphics are defined as visual presentations such as artwork, drawings or designs including type.
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Taking place outdoors:
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A native or inhabitant of Padua.
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Plural form of phase
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The creation, principles, or ideals of abstactions, in particular art. [First attested in the mid 20th century.]
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A movement in modern art originating in Moscow in 1920 and characterized by the use of industrial materials such as glass, sheet metal, and plastic to create nonrepresentational, often geometric objects.
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(Art) A genre of painting that makes use of bold geometric shapes
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A philosophy that emphasizes the uniqueness and isolation of the individual experience in a hostile or indifferent universe, regards human existence as unexplainable, and stresses freedom of choice and responsibility for the consequences of one's acts.
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A confidence game or swindle.
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A religious movement in the early 20th century that tried to reconcile Roman Catholic dogma with modern science and philosophy
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(Philosophy) The doctrine that thoughts are representations of real, external objects
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An artistic movement and an aesthetic philosophy that aims for the liberation of the mind by emphasizing the critical and imaginative powers of the subconscious.
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Synthesis anarchism
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A French style of abstract painting popular in the 1940s and 1950s.
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The state or quality of being adept or skillful.
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Advice, or opinion, of an expert
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(Archaic) An occupation; a trade.
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A method of leading up to a tenace, as in bridge, in order to prevent an opponent from winning the trick with an intermediate card.
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The study and creation of beauty
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An embellishment in strip form, made of wood or other structural material, that is used to decorate or finish a surface, such as the wall of a room or building or the surface of a door or piece of furniture.
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Representation of a character or characters on the stage or in writing, especially by imitating or describing actions, gestures, or speeches.
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The work or art of a person who carves
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Plural form of humanity
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The definition of a statue is a carved, sculpted or cast figure of a person or thing which is done in three dimensions.
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The scientific study of the universe and the objects in it, including stars, planets, nebulae, and galaxies. Astronomy deals with the position, size, motion, composition, energy, and evolution of celestial objects. Astronomers analyze not only visible light but also radio waves, x-rays, and other ranges of radiation that come from sources outside the Earth's atmosphere.
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A (mechanical) device to perform a certain task
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The practice of incising a design onto a hard, flat surface, by cutting grooves into it.
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A kind, or type, as of works of literature, art, etc.
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Magic is defined as the art of using spells, charms and rituals to control supernational forces, or the art of performing tricks and illusions.
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Literature written in meter; verse.
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(Mathematics) surreal number
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Deficiency or absence:
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(Economics) The number or percentage of people at work
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An activity or task with which one occupies oneself; usually specifically the productive activity, service, trade, or craft for which one is regularly paid; a job.
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The definition of guile is slyness shown in a charming way.
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(Countable) The result or product of being sly.
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photographs or other visual representations in a printed publication
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A town of northern France southeast of Paris. Its chateau (built by Francis I) was long a royal palace and is now the summer residence of the president of France. The revocation of the Edict of Nantes was signed here in 1685.
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A native or inhabitant of Modena.
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A postimpressionist school of painting exemplified by Georges Seurat and his followers in late 19th-century France, characterized by the application of paint in small dots and brush strokes.
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Synonym Study

  • In another sense, craft is distinguished from art in its application to a lesser skill involving little or no creative thought
  • Craft implies ingenuity in execution, sometimes even suggesting trickery or deception
  • Artifice implies skill used as a means of trickery or deception
  • Skill implies expertness or great proficiency in doing something
  • Art , the word of widest application in this group, denotes in its broadest sense merely the ability to make or do something the art of making friends, but in a narrower sense implies making or doing that displays creativity and unusual perception
Find another word for art. In this page you can discover 178 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for art, like: magnum opus (Latin), artistry, design, artifice, adroitness, representation, abstraction, flair, craft, artwork and ingenuity.