Learn English Grammar From A–Z
- The poems show his erudition to be wide, his historical knowledge sometimes esoteric.
- Every illicit drug now has its own subculture, with its own esoteric knowledge, its own rituals and its own argot.
- Well in fact that esoteric knowledge is quite an important theme in conspiracy theories.
- Now all such esoteric knowledge is regarded as suspect, as somehow unjust.
- His adored father was a more or less failed Swiss pastor, a melancholic man of esoteric interests.
- This has led him to an interest in the esoteric world of art restoration.
- When so few people have been encouraged to learn trades, the special skills involved in them become esoteric.
- He is fond of pointing out how esoteric this debate is to the wider public.
- Deep, hidden or esoteric meanings of the text are rejected in favour of its plain meaning.
- Although the text is more accessible, it also loses its mysterious and esoteric qualities.
- He taught mathematics not as some esoteric mystery, but as practical common sense.
- Smell, our seemingly most primitive sense, is often linked to spiritual or esoteric ideas.
- The trivia enthusiast in me thrilled to discover oodles of esoteric tidbits on every page - and not just about salt.
- Butler's report will be full of esoteric recommendations about working practices inside government.
- Gibson's comments on the use of non-standard or esoteric English are particularly wise.
- It means that you live in one place, but exist in another esoteric, imaginary plane, unshackled by fact or memory.
- Why did what was formerly seen as an esoteric cultural theory go from the margins of academia to the mainstream of public debate?
- While much of the text would be too esoteric for all but the art-history scholar, it does raise broader questions.
- The Left makes incredibly esoteric distinctions based on the motives of the social planners doing the killing.
- According to the esoteric tradition humanity is not the pinnacle of evolution on this planet.