OTHER WORDS FOR recondite
Origin of recondite
OTHER WORDS FROM reconditerec·on·dite·ly, adverbrec·on·dite·ness, nounun·rec·on·dite, adjective
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How to use recondite in a sentence
How else to explain the popularity of a novel so free of plot, so obsessed with existential rumination and recondite philosophy?American Dreams: Saul Bellow’s Masterpiece of Lamentation|Nathaniel Rich|July 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Classical allusions, poetical turns of phrase, antique diction, recondite words.
Fortunately, the considerations which are necessary are not recondite, and all the facts are of an extremely picturesque nature.Outlines of the Earth's History|Nathaniel Southgate Shaler
But to determine what these propositions are, is the opus magnum of the more recondite mental philosophy.
Such superstitions as these last must be the result of study; they are too recondite for natural or spontaneous growth.
The scheme of the pronouns is very complete, and provides for nearly all the recondite distinctions of person.The Indian in his Wigwam|Henry R. Schoolcraft
To develop truths so recondite there would be needed a knowledge of nature much greater than that which we have.Treatise on Light|Christiaan Huygens