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Definitions of acroamatic word

  • adjective acroamatic relating to oral communication 3
  • noun acroamatic Abstruse, esoteric. 1
  • adjective acroamatic oral; intended for listeners; applied to the esoteric teachings of Aristotle, those intended for his genuine disciples, in distinction from his exoteric or public doctrines. 0

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acroamatic popularity

This term is known only to a narrow circle of people with rare knowledge. Only 7% of English native speakers know the meaning of this word.
According to our data most of word are more popular. This word is almost not used. It has a much more popular synonym.

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Synonyms for acroamatic

adjective acroamatic

  • mysterious — full of, characterized by, or involving mystery: a mysterious occurrence.
  • obscure — (of meaning) not clear or plain; ambiguous, vague, or uncertain: an obscure sentence in the contract.
  • abstruse — You can describe something as abstruse if you find it difficult to understand, especially when you think it could be explained more simply.
  • arcane — Something that is arcane is secret or mysterious.
  • mystical — mystic; of or relating to supernatural agencies, affairs, occurrences, etc.: a strange, mystical experience.

Antonyms for acroamatic

adjective acroamatic

  • common — If something is common, it is found in large numbers or it happens often.
  • familiar — well-acquainted; thoroughly conversant: to be familiar with a subject.
  • known — past participle of know1 .
  • obvious — easily seen, recognized, or understood; open to view or knowledge; evident: an obvious advantage.
  • public — of, relating to, or affecting a population or a community as a whole: public funds; a public nuisance.

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