Meaning of inartistically in English:



See inartistic

‘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.’