Exotic [adjective]

Definition of Exotic:

not native or usual; mysterious

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Sentence/Example of Exotic:

Just five years in, some scientists are already eager for something even more exotic.

The ETCR rulebook is much less restrictive, and as a result, the Veloster N ETCR is a much more exotic thing, with not one but four electric motors paired up so that each rear wheel is powered by a pair of motors.

Some of its residents are more exotic—the Big Iron in all its massive forms, from Z-series to Superdome and all points in between.

Scientists have finally gotten a clear view of the spark that sets off an exotic type of lightning called a blue jet.

In the future, McCauley expects Anchorage to bring in more money from what are now exotic services like “staking” and “governance.”

While most of the drug lord’s exotic animals were sent to zoos, the hippos — three females and one male — were allowed to roam.

Asked whether the league might consider more exotic broadcasts tailored to other popular shows — such as, say, a “Real Housewives” version on Bravo — he didn’t immediately dismiss it.

These virtual journeys offered viewers a glimpse of exotic locations with the option to discover and buy products that were not readily available in China.

I logged the most miles in one of the more exotic hybrids on the list—the Acura NSX supercar.

In this Time of Corona, when you’re not supposed to leave your house, much less travel to exotic locations, dogs help bring the outside world inside.