Good taste.

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Child Elements  

div* rel ess sta (v) Blessed, divinely inspired, talented.
(n) Diva, virtuoso.


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* Aesthetics Science of good taste.
* Connoisseur Agent of good taste.



* Affectation Effort to appear to have a quality not really or fully possessed; pretense of actual possession; conspicuous artificiality of manner or appearance; effort to attract notice by falsehood, assumption, or any assumed peculiarity.
apr* Beauty
makl* Blemish
* Fashion
* Fop Man or woman of fashion. Essive of fashion.
* Grace Good taste.
* Laughingstock Object and cause of ridicule.
orn* Ornament
* Ridicule
* Ridiculousness
psil* Simplicity
turp* Ugliness
* Vulgarity Bad taste.


Grace synonyms

TASTE; good -, refined -, cultivated- taste; delicacy, refinement, fine feeling, gust, gusto, tact, finesse; nicety (discrimination) [See Discrimination]; to prepon [Gr. τ&omicgr; πρ&epsitono;πον], polish, elegance, grace.
ARTISTIC QUALITY, virtu; dilettanteism, virtuosity, connoisseurship, fine art of living; fine art; culture, cultivation.
“caviare to the general” [Hamlet].
[SCIENCE OF TASTE] æsthetics.
MAN OF TASTE &c.; connoisseur, judge, critic, conoscente, virtuoso, amateur, dilettante; Aristarchus, Corinthian; Aristotle, Stagirite; Petronius, arbiter elegantiæ [L.], arbiter elegantiarum [L.].
euphemist, purist, precisian.