Part of speech: adjective

Not easily perceived; abtruse; secret.

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Usage examples "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", May Clarissa Gillington.
  2. In its recondite obscurity it outdid Lycophron himself. - "Latin Literature", J. W. Mackail.
  3. No particularly deep or recondite significance. - "H. R.", Edwin Lefevre.