Kornacki, on the other hand, appears to be far more comfortable with the kind of arcana found in The Almanac of American Politics.
She deals in the private transactions of the sewing circle, the quilting party, with all the arcana of the fair sex.
Among the favoured few who penetrated this arcana was Lawyer Maxwell.
arcana revealed, which exceed in excellence all the arcana heretofore revealed since the beginning of the church, 532.
That is not the way to force an entrance into the arcana of Nature.
He could have let you into the arcana rerum, which you have interests in knowing.
By it Miss Marty—but shall I reveal the arcana of that virgin breast?
I took the book down and it was part of Swedenborg's 'arcana Coelestia.'
The theory is useless as an explanation of the arcana of Nature.
The arcana of the craft, as Dr. Harris remarks, should be gradually imparted to its members, according to their improvement.
"hidden things, mysteries," 1590s, a direct adoption of the Latin plural of arcanum "a secret, a mystery," from neuter of adjective arcanus "secret, hidden, private, concealed" (see arcane). Occasionally mistaken for a singular and pluralized as arcanas because arcana is far more common than arcanum.