Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: arts
IPA transcription: ['ɑɹts]
noun meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: 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"
Usage examples
  • 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.