The biographer's contextualising presence allows us to catch even the most recondite allusion.
Derrida burst on to the world stage in the 1960s with his recondite theory known as deconstruction.
She metamorphosed into a highly intelligent woman who engaged the General on recondite matters of French history and culture.
Imagery is of central importance to all three poets, and their use of images is daring, varied, and frequently recondite .
Let's show the world that we can be lucid and enthusiastic explainers of recondite ideas, not merely the flamboyant show-offs that unfair stereotypes so often paint us to be.
He took his stories from writers more recondite than Ovid and Livy, the sources for the painters of the Bourbon monarchy and the Napoleonic empire.
Hansen uses short sentences and has a knack for clarifying opaque and recondite ideas.
Bruce was a lively and fascinating speaker, with a huge fund of anecdotes and recondite facts.
Whether in science, philosophy, or religion, the use of recondite terminology has a tendency to impede the dissemination of useful concepts and theories.
Hellenistic literature displayed (sometimes in one and the same work) a mandarin artificiality full of recondite , learned allusions and a lively, realistic interest in everyday life.