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exotic definition

  • adjective:
    • From another area of the world; foreign: unique tropical flowers in a greenhouse. See Synonyms at international.
    • Intriguingly unusual or different; excitingly strange: "If something can be explained simply, in a familiar way, then it is best to avoid more exotic explanations” ( Chet Raymo). See Synonyms at fantastic.
    • Of or concerning striptease: an exotic performer.
    • Foreign, with all the connotation of excitingly international.
    • Non-native towards ecosystem.
    • Introduced from a foreign nation; not local; extraneous; foreign
    • strikingly unusual or unusual
    • being or from or feature of some other destination or an element of the globe
    • From another an element of the world; international: exotic tropical flowers in a greenhouse. See Synonyms at international.
    • Intriguingly unusual or various; excitingly strange: "If one thing is explained simply, in a familiar method, then it's better to avoid more unique explanations” ( Chet Raymo). See Synonyms at great.
    • Of or concerning striptease: an exotic dancer.
    • international, with all the connotation of excitingly international.
    • Non-native toward ecosystem.
    • Introduced from a foreign nation; maybe not indigenous; extraneous; foreign
    • strikingly odd or unusual
    • becoming or from or attribute of another location or an element of the world
  • noun:
    • One that is exotic.
    • A striptease performer.
    • An organism which exotic to a breeding ground.
    • An exotic performer; a stripteaser.
    • Any exotic particle.
    • something of foreign origin; something maybe not of indigenous growth, as a plant, a word, a custom.
    • such a thing of international source, as a plant, tree, word, practice, etc., introduced from a foreign country, and not fully acclimated, naturalized, or created in use.
    • one that's unique.
    • A striptease performer.
    • An organism that is unique to a host.
    • An exotic performer; a stripteaser.
    • Any unique particle.
    • such a thing of foreign origin; one thing perhaps not of local development, as a plant, a word, a custom.
    • any such thing of foreign origin, as a plant, tree, term, rehearse, etc., introduced from a foreign country, and not completely acclimated, naturalized, or established in use.
  • others:
    • Of foreign beginning or character; introduced from a foreign country; perhaps not indigenous, naturalized, or familiarized; extraneous: because, an exotic plant; an exotic term or term.
    • Of international beginning or character; introduced from a foreign nation; not local, naturalized, or familiarized; extraneous: since, an exotic plant; an exotic term or term.
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