Rec"on*dite [L. reconditus, p. p. of recondere to put up again, to lay up, to conceal; pref. re- re- + condere to bring or lay together. See Abscond.]

1.

Hidden from the mental or intellectual view; secret; abstruse; as, recondite causes of things.

2.

Dealing in things abstruse; profound; searching; as, recondite studies.

"Recondite learning."

Bp. Horsley.

 

© Webster 1913.

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