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recondite (adjective), more recondite, most recondite
1. A reference to something which is abstruse and very difficult to understand: The politician replied to the questions with such recondite answers, that no one knew what he was talking about.
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The students complained that the new textbook about the origins of words had too many recondite explanations for them to comprehend.2. Etymology: from Latin reconditus, "hidden, secrete" from recondere, "to put away", from re-, "back" + condere, "to hide" + com-, "together" + dare, "to give."