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- adv. In an esoteric manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an esoteric manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an esoteric manner.
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Anyone so glorified as he is with the kind of esoterically questionable history such as his is more likely to be a part of the source of our problems.
If, however, the evaluation is either of varietal character or overall esoterically or aesthetically established benchmarks, then to keep the wines on equal footing negates the necessity for knowing their regional identity.
An attempt to browse the entire digital collection reveals a lengthy list of esoterically named sub-collections.
One very important method, a priority – both esoterically and exoterically – is to prepare the way for Vindex: for an individual of Destiny who has the charisma to lead a practical revolt against the Magian.
It all started when the Tibetan Buddhist teacher Chogyam Trungpa came to Boulder in 1970, proclaiming Boulder to be, both physically and esoterically, reminiscent of his homeland.
Exoterically he revealed his brilliance as a faqih referral authority in Divine laws, and esoterically he exhibited the splendor of an absorbed mystic in the alley of the beloved.
They may care esoterically, about losing a believer, but not specifically: that this man is “honest” to the point that he jumps through their bureaucratic hoops.
This culture of forwarding stuff—of sharing everything from the esoteric to the essential, or the esoterically essential— contributes to the problem of e-mail overload, since people are far more likely to e-mail a news link than read it out over the phone or print it out and mail it to a friend.
Last week's raid on Swift & Co. could have been prevented -- at least esoterically.
When asked to comment, Jonathan Vaughters replied esoterically, "All you haters trip my balls."