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- adj. Alternative form of esoteric.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Esoteric.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as esoteric.
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Please hold your esoterical comments on the legality of this law until you have lived where we do and see what is really happening.
It's the most esoterical ingredient on the planet with the white truffle season over.
I used the word “esoterical” 5 times after I noticed it came accessorized with a red squiggly line in Microsoft Word.
No esoterical arguments, long-winded academic discussion or terminology that would require a law degree to decipher.
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Various esoterical explanations were given of the myth, and the name not found as a king was recognized as that of the tomb of Osiris.
This place, for instance, abounds in schoolmasters, who appear, to a man, to be liberal to an extreme and esoterical degree.
He had his esoterical and his exoterical love, and could not endure the thought of losing either of them.
So thought the ancient philosophers: they had their esoterical and exoterical doctrines.
I also don't have the time, or the inclination, to do a bunch of research and then write an esoterical essay on how the called