The arcane pair of paragraphs are packed with the sort of yawn-provoking polysyllables that only a lawyer could love.
Elections make sense; central-bank announcements replete with jargon, arcane policies, and acronyms do not stir souls.
He is admirably intent on rescuing literature from the arcane rituals of US academia and restoring it to a wider audience.
The Garden of Cyrus, with its arcane explorations of botany and geometry, may as well be an alchemical treatise or a grimoire.
He peppers everyday discussion with arcane and morose tidbits of deathophelia.
arcane now admitted that they could not have got along half as well, if we had not gone ahead and looked out the land.
arcane was much pleased and laughed heartily when he saw no one was hurt.
The earth is tapped of its arcane energies, the very air yields to us its mysterious powers.
We met Bennett and arcane's teamsters, and as we expected they were already out of grub and no way to get anymore.
arcane took a bucket of water back from camp and after drinking it and resting awhile the ox was driven down to the spring.
1540s, from Latin arcanus "secret, hidden, private, concealed," from arcere "close up, enclose, contain," from arca "chest, box, place for safe-keeping," from PIE *ark- "to hold, contain, guard" (cf. Greek arkos "defense," arkein "to ward off;" Armenian argel "obstacle;" Lithuanian raktas "key," rakinti "to shut, lock").