Exotic in a sentence as an adjective

Just by itself, this seems exotic and hard to grasp.

What an exotic way to say "northern Sweden".

Perhaps one would call this sort of exotic and nefarious contraption a "safe"?

It doesn't have to be an "exotic" or expensive vacation; if your goal is to heal, it's better that it not be.

An example "exotic" ring might be concurrent processes.

We lost a couple weeks early on to naming Matasano, and after some false starts, eventually gave up and thumbed through a list of exotic plants.

And not just geeks - I was with a bunch of well-traveled friends the other day and the conversation devolved into who had been to such-and-such exotic place - 'You went went to Belize?

How, exactly, do you think they discover that you and your spouse both got the money?- "relational databases were developed when distributed systems were rare and exotic at best.

In my mind he is surrounded constantly by sandal-wearing acolytes wielding exotic birds of every variety.

They do this because they know very well there are not many/any alternative vendors for this equipment, which happens to be an exotic motion capture rig absolutely critical to my work.

I could only have loved it more if it had been snowing, but I know I'm partial with snow, so I wanted to test myself and see if even without snow I'd enjoy my vacations in the very same place, to remove a bit of exoticism.

It is not a particularly popular message in Japan, which is largely organized for the benefit of salarymen and supports a few variants like "stay-at-home mothers" and "retired people" but institutionally is almost entirely unaware that there are exotic options like "freelancing.

Exotic definitions


being or from or characteristic of another place or part of the world; "alien customs"; "exotic plants in a greenhouse"; "exotic cuisine"

See also: alien


strikingly strange or unusual; "an exotic hair style"; "protons, neutrons, electrons and all their exotic variants"; "the exotic landscape of a dead planet"