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What is the noun for exoticism?

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exoticization
  1. the conversion of something into a more exotic form
  2. the representation of something ordinary as being exotic
  3. the act of romanticizing elements of something, like a culture, that is foreign to oneself
  4. Examples:
    1. “The exoticization of the Orient was part of the discourse of orientalism governing European perspectives toward the East.”
      “To reject the exoticization of Africa is to reject a whole world view carefully and painstakingly fabricated over centuries.”
      “The movie's relentless, transparent exoticization of its subject matter seems disingenuous from the first frame.”
exotic
exoticism
  1. (uncountable) The state of being exotic.
  2. Something exotic.
  3. Synonyms:
  4. Examples:
    1. “This was no contrived presentation of foreign exoticism to satisfy some state-granting agency looking to spice up multicultural awareness week.”
      “The cards objectified women, they fetishized exoticism, and they naturalized children's uninhibited sexuality.”
      “They respond to the music's exoticism with playing that is full, passionate, and atmospheric.”
exotism
  1. A product or feature of exotic quality.
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “The vibrant colors and intricate patterns of the tapestry added an element of exotism to the room, filling it with an aura of faraway lands.”
      “An atmosphere of exotism, of irregular existence, of protest against conventional custom, seemed to surround this vagabond family.”
exoticity
exoticness
  1. The characteristic of being exotic; foreignness.
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “The very exoticness and newness of their surroundings would motivate them to learn more about Thai society and culture.”
      “Castas often labeled the local products and animals, further highlighting the exoticness of the scene.”
      “Panama City lacks the glamour of Buenos Aires, the exoticness of La Paz and the rediscovered brio of Bogota.”
exoticisation
  1. British spelling standard form of exoticization.
exotification
  1. Act or process of exotifying.
exotick
  1. Obsolete form of exotic.
exotica
  1. plural of exotic
  2. curious, strange, unusual and exotic things.
  3. (music) A genre of American music from the 1950s, characterized by an evocative musical focus on the islands of the South Pacific.
  4. Examples:
    1. “These days a whole new realm of exotica arises out of the way one culture colours and appropriates the products of another.”
      “Expect elaborate costumes, long veils, beading, exotica, pole dancing and classic strip tease.”
      “I did not enter their raffles for bottles of Russian vodka or other exotica.”
exoticisations
  1. plural of exoticisation
exoticizations
  1. plural of exoticization
exotifications
  1. plural of exotification
exoticisms
exoticks
  1. plural of exotick
exotisms
exotics
  1. plural of exotic
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “And of course, all those wonderful exotics planted in Joubert Park are still there, thriving since they were planted over 100 years ago.”
      “A mixture of natives and exotics has been planted closely with a view to thinning later.”
      “There is a wide range of trees and shrubs, exotics and natives, and even in winter there is some colour.”
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