Exoteric [adjective]

Definition of Exoteric:

external, exposed

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Sentence/Example of Exoteric:

He had been appointed a committee-man, and said that he knew secrets of which the exoteric knew nothing.

The statement that he had two circles of pupils, the exoteric and the esoteric has given rise to much controversy.

The only one which I could then comprehend was exoteric; that which was known to my elders was the esoteric meaning.

His friend Rodbertus said there was an esoteric and an exoteric Lassalle.

I take it we should first obtain our exoteric knowledge before venturing on esotoric research.

This is at once manifest in the first finale, which has an altogether exoteric character.

There are ten stages of thought, and there are two parts, "lengthwise" and "crosswise" or exoteric and esoteric.

History; the spiritual conception of, its conditions, 188 ff.; esoteric and exoteric history, 243 ff.

The religion of India, its esoteric, and especially its exoteric forms, has found wide acceptance and long-continued popularity.

He was still sufficiently exoteric to think that a good stand-up fight in a good cause was a good thing.