another word for abstract
She shall be away for an indefinite period.
Physics deals with the forces acting on the concrete objects.
Use the adjective abstract for something that is not a material object or is general and not based on specific examples.
Abstract is from a Latin word meaning “pulled away, detached,” and the basic idea is of something detached from physical, or concrete, reality. It is frequently used of ideas, meaning that they don’t have a clear applicability to real life, and of art, meaning that it doesn’t pictorially represent reality. It is also used as a noun, especially in the phrase “in the abstract” (a joke has a person laying down a new sidewalk saying “I like little boys in the abstract, but not in the concrete”), and as a verb (accented on the second syllable), meaning “to remove.”
Basically it can be used sarcastically as another way of saying your art piece sucks..
Or it can be said as a compliment; it just depends on how you take it.
All nouns fall into one of two categories: concrete nouns and abstract nouns.
In the sentence above, the noun phone is a concrete noun: you can touch it, see it, hear it, and maybe even smell it or taste it.