humanistic_discipline, humanities, liberal_arts, arts
Meaning: studies intended to provide general knowledge and intellectual skills (rather than occupational or professional skills); "the college of arts and sciences"
ARTS AT HULL-HOUSE
The Arts graduates gave a graduation dance that night.
But let me ask a prior question: You admit that there are differences of arts?
Merlin became his chief adviser, and often assisted the king by his magical arts.
I then studied the arts of peace; that is over; and now the passion of my soul revives.
His principal occupation was the practice of a few simple arts in warfare and the chase.
Now that Jasper's love might be endangered, it behoved her to use any arts which nature prompted.
There are other arts serving the same high purpose, but the discreet lexicographer does not name them.
Of course he graduated, and was thus entitled to write another title after his name--that of Bachelor of Arts.
But Lucy thought he was making love too ardently, and by those arts known to women alone, she managed to keep him at arm's length.