Recondite Definition

rĕkən-dīt, rĭ-kŏndīt
adjective
Beyond the grasp of the ordinary mind or understanding; profound; abstruse.
Webster's New World
Dealing with abstruse or difficult subjects.
Webster's New World
Obscure or concealed.
Webster's New World

Difficult to understand; known only by experts.

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What was the recondite cause of Ryulong being uncalled for?
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Origin of Recondite

  • Latin reconditus past participle of recondere to put away re- re- condere to put together, preserve dhē- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Latin reconditus (“hidden, concealed"), past participle adjective of recondo (“to put back, re-establish; to hide away").

    From Wiktionary

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