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reconditus adj. with comp.

P. of recondo<*> put away, out of the way, hidden, concealed, retired, sequestered : tabulae et signa: quid Aegyptus? ut recondita est!: senatūs consultum, inclusum in tabulis, tamquam in vaginā reconditum.—Plur n . as subst, sequestered places : in occultis ac reconditis templi, Cs.—Fig., hidden, profound, abstruse, recondite : res: reconditiora (opp. quae in promptu sunt): sententiae: ut in eā (specie oris) penitus reconditos mores effingere, an expression of the inmost character : naturā tristi ac reconditā esse, reserved .

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