reconditely
adverb see recondite

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • reconditely — See recondite. * * * …   Universalium

  • reconditely — adv. concealedly …   English contemporary dictionary

  • reconditely — recon·dite·ly …   English syllables

  • reconditely — adverb : in a recondite manner * * * reconˈditely (or /rekˈ/) adverb • • • Main Entry: ↑recondite …   Useful english dictionary

  • recondite — reconditely, adv. reconditeness, n. /rek euhn duyt , ri kon duyt/, adj. 1. dealing with very profound, difficult, or abstruse subject matter: a recondite treatise. 2. beyond ordinary knowledge or understanding; esoteric: recondite principles. 3.… …   Universalium

  • recondite — adjective Etymology: Latin reconditus, past participle of recondere to conceal, from re + condere to store up, from com + dere to put more at com , do Date: 1649 1. hidden from sight ; concealed 2. difficult or impossible for one of ordinary… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • reconditeness — See reconditely. * * * …   Universalium

  • recondite — /rəˈkɒndaɪt / (say ruh konduyt), /ˈrɛkəndaɪt / (say rekuhnduyt) adjective 1. dealing with abstruse or profound matters: a recondite treatise. 2. removed from ordinary knowledge or understanding; abstruse; profound: recondite principles. 3. little …   Australian English dictionary

  • recondite — [rek′ən dīt΄; ] occas. [ ri kän′dīt΄] adj. [L reconditus, pp. of recondere, to put back, hide < re , back + condere, to put together, store up, hide < con , together + dere < IE base * dhē , to put > DO1] 1. beyond the grasp of the… …   English World dictionary

  • recondite — adj. 1 (of a subject or knowledge) abstruse; out of the way; little known. 2 (of an author or style) dealing in abstruse knowledge or allusions; obscure. Derivatives: reconditely adv. reconditeness n. Etymology: L reconditus (as RE , conditus… …   Useful english dictionary

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