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abstrusely (adverb), more abstrusely, most abstrusely
1. In a manner difficult to understand: Bruce's essay about climate changes was abstrusely difficult to understand except by an expert weather specialist.
2. A concealed way of doing something: Sally abstrusely designed secret pockets in the jacket she was making so the one who wore it could hide cash and small valuables without anyone else being aware of it.
3. Difficult to be comprehended or understood; opposed to what is obvious: Jeremy's theory seems to be that the more abstrusely he writes the more famous he will become.
This entry is located in the following units: a-, ab-, abs- (page 12) trud-, -trude, trus-, -trusion (page 1)