In the old days it was not uncommon for the admissions officer to pose some esoteric—make that wacko—question.
Suddenly you can hold forth about leading and kerning and other esoteric aspects of typesetting.
He noted that some esoteric historians call them “Palestinians.”
One day she asked me for the most esoteric information I could think of concerning pop music.
Dig deeper into exotic and esoteric areas of interest for direction in creative pursuits, especially.
I should not be introducing these esoteric terms of high finance into innocent pastoral scenes.
The question with us is, how can we get at this spiritual or esoteric interpretation.
He was never, and never wished to be, in the least esoteric; his object was to be understood by all.
The 'cellist with the hair—or the lady in Greek dress—or the esoteric Buddhist?
Is there something occult and esoteric about Tangrams, that Pg 45it is so difficult to lift the veil?
1650s, from Greek esoterikos "belonging to an inner circle," from esotero "more within," comparative adverb of eso "within," related to eis "into," en "in" (see en- (2)).
In English, originally of Pythagorean doctrines. According to Lucian, the division of teachings into exoteric and esoteric originated with Aristotle.