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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishesoterices‧o‧ter‧ic /ˌesəˈterɪk◂, ˌiːsə-/ adjective  FEW/NOT MANYknown and understood by only a few people who have special knowledge about something the esoteric world of scientific supercomputingesoterically /-kli/ adverb
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esotericThe Bible is no academic tome with an esoteric appeal to those with scholarly minds who can handle abstract concepts.It simply feels good to gain even esoteric knowledge, and that is more than enough.The efficacy of definitional overlap varies greatly across domains, such that specialist dictionaries may be required for more esoteric or specialist domains.Kelly took dance out of the esoteric realm of swans and princes and tutus.esoteric religious teachingsPop art directly challenged what was increasingly seen as abstract art's esoteric retreat from the world.It brings us into touch with levels of ourself untouched hitherto, and so it has a profound esoteric significance.The number is highly significant in all esoteric teachings.This, indeed, is the central truth which esoteric training seeks constantly to inculcate into the candidate for esoteric development.
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