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art form

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishart formˈart form noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 a way of expressing ideas, for example in a painting, dance, piece of writing etc πŸ”Š Music is quite unlike any other art form.2 β†’ make/turn something into an art form
Examples from the Corpus
art formβ€’ Protest itself has become an art form since the end of General Franco's dictatorship.β€’ The first two made the guidebook into an art form after 1830.β€’ To avoid simultaneous borrowing and depositing you should monitor how accurate your forecasting is, without turning this into an art form.β€’ A Peter Lindbergh fashion photograph is an art form she gets to be part of.β€’ These old properties represent an age when craftsmanship in building reached an art form.β€’ Drama is both a creative art form in its own right and an instrument of learning.β€’ Music is quite unlike any other art form.
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