esotericism

[ es-uh-ter-uh-siz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF esotericism
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It is such deliberateness in great artists153 that has, curiously enough, acquired for them a reputation for esotericism.

The star preserves the esotericism of its nomenclature, in whatever sphere it is used, namely, the power of radiating light.

Mohammed, like all great mystics, had discovered or learnt many of the truths of esotericism.

It did not hold very long, even with the novelists; for the English taste this esotericism was too exotic.

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