[ ɛɡzˈə͡ʊtəɹɪ], [ ɛɡzˈəʊtəɹɪ], [ ɛ_ɡ_z_ˈəʊ_t_ə_ɹ_ɪ]
Exotery is a term used to describe a type of writing or discourse that is intended for outward show, rather than substance. Some antonyms for this word include practical, useful, substantial, meaningful, and informative. All these words connote ideas of usefulness, value, and importance, and are the opposite of the superficial and shallow nature of exotery. By using these antonyms, we highlight the need for meaningful communication and substance in our interactions with others, rather than just trying to impress them with empty words or showy displays. These words can help us move beyond the limitations of exotery and towards a more meaningful and productive communication.
What are the antonyms for Exotery?
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