[ US /ɪɡˈzɑtɪk/ ]
[ UK /ɛɡzˈɒtɪk/ ]
  1. strikingly strange or unusual
    the exotic landscape of a dead planet
    an exotic hair style
    protons, neutrons, electrons and all their exotic variants
  2. being or from or characteristic of another place or part of the world
    alien customs
    exotic plants in a greenhouse
    exotic cuisine
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How To Use exotic In A Sentence

  • Another category of vessels and flatware was distinguished by the use of precious stones or exotic materials, such as coral, mother-of-pearl, or coconut shell.
  • Plantations of exotic non-native trees use up large quantities of water, which can have adverse affects on natural habitats.
  • Compared to a Finno-Ugric language like Estonian or Hungarian, which has tons of cases with exotic names like the inessive, superessive, ablative, translative, and exessive, English seems as poor as a pauper on payday. 2009 October « Motivated Grammar
  • Over 300,000 visitors a year enjoy the waterfalls, flower gardens, exotic birds, animal life and the children's playground.
  • The exotic flowers we crossbred on the farm never lasted as long as the wild ones which grew naturally.
  • No doubt some of these are metrosexuals, those city-dwelling gents with more than enough disposable income to spend on clothes, restaurants, the latest gadgets, exotic holidays and eyebrow waxing.
  • It’s supposed to contain something from this exotic melon called SOD or superoxide dismutase which is a protein also found in the melons of a good ole cantaloupe. Cindy Crawford Gets Extorted For Some Reason
  • Also called ionized (or charged) gas, plasma can be as common as in fluorescent light bulbs or exotic in the extreme, as a thermonuclear explosion. India eNews
  • Whether it is a native cat, previously thought extinct, or an escaped exotic pet, the Beast of Bodmin is a creature that refuses to disappear.
  • I finally understood the slowly growing heat rise in the lake — it was energy leakage from whatever that mascon really was, some very exotic bloc of matter, a giant quark, something. The Year's Best Science Fiction 23rd Annual Collection
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