Definition of Exotics

1. Noun. (plural of exotic) ¹



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Definition of Exotics

1. exotic [n] - See also: exotic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exotics

exoticises
exoticising
exoticism
exoticisms
exoticist
exoticists
exoticization
exoticizations
exoticize
exoticized
exoticizes
exoticizing
exotick
exoticness
exoticnesses
exotics (current term)
exotism
exotisms
exotoxic
exotoxin
exotoxins
exotropia
exotropias
exotropic
exozodi
exozodiacal
exozodis
exp.
expand
expandabilities

Literary usage of Exotics

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1. Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature (1907)
"... which he filled with rare exotics, to supply the needle with new forms and richer tints. The crown manufacturers adorned the rich brocades of Tours, ..."

2. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by William Wilson Hunter (1887)
"duced several valuable exotics, including the tamarisk, the water-chestnut and the tallow-tree. The revenue from this source has largely increased during ..."

3. Seeding and Planting: A Manual for the Guidance of Forestry Students by James William Toumey (1916)
"THE USE OF exotics AND SPECIES FROM REMOTE REGIONS In artificial reproduction, exotics and species from widely different regions are not infrequently ..."

4. Egypt by James Carlile McCoan, Wilfred C. Lay (1902)
"... less numerous than Animals—Palms—Sycamores—Acacias— Tamarisks—Poplars—Cypresses—Mulberries—Olives—exotics very numerous—Their Varieties THE importance ..."

5. Paris of To-day by Richard Kaufmann (1891)
"exotics at the Exposition. greatest peculiarity of the Exposition was the number of exotics which were gathered within its precincts. ..."

6. A New History of the Conquest of Mexico: In which Las Casas' Denunciations by Wilson, Robert Anderson, 1812- (1859)
"... 514—Traditional knowledge of American colonies, 515—Extinction of an exotic race, 516—Decay of modern exotics, 517—Our disappointment with others, ..."

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