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Synonyms for inartistic

lacking aesthetic sensibility

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too profuse and damp, and the appeal to our feelings inartistically explicit"; bluntly put, Mermin found it "painful to read." (2) For these critics, there is too much of the sentimental in "The Cry of the Children" for it to be considered a poem of literary accomplishment.
He has accordingly been criticized as a mass producer, a hack whose inartistically simple language and naive use of western sources betrayed traditional Arabo-Islamic standards of literary craftsmanship.
(47) In reversing the district court, Judge Clark stated: "however inartistically they may be stated, the plaintiff has disclosed his claims." (48)
Again, the student used it inartistically to make a point.
The averments, in the petition, of fraud and collusion are inartistically drawn.