What does the word recondite mean?

Usage examples for recondite

  1. And it is this magic power of conveying the authentic impression of an actual occurrence, which renders his most recondite situations so thrilling,- which breathes a Western vigour into the scented air of the Orient, and thrills with poignant pathos through the horrors of the Prisoner of Chillon. – A Day with Lord Byron by May Clarissa Gillington
  2. In its recondite obscurity it outdid Lycophron himself. – Latin Literature by J. W. Mackail
  3. No particularly deep or recondite significance. – H. R. by Edwin Lefevre