|Some kind of Indian stringed instrument is playing quietly over loudspeakers, adding a hint of exoticism.
|For all the opulent exoticism of his unique harmony, Alexander Scriabin was nothing if not meticulous about musical form and structure.
|Havana itself is an attraction, softly radiating the exoticism of an old city emerging from ruins.
|They respond to the music's exoticism with playing that is full, passionate, and atmospheric.
|The cards objectified women, they fetishized exoticism, and they naturalized children's uninhibited sexuality.
|His Romantic exoticism was the target of criticism from the naturalists such as Duranty.