(1) Derrida burst on to the world stage in the 1960s with his recondite theory known as deconstruction.(2) And if the model of critical practice sounds urbane, recondite and not a little esoteric, it need not be dull.(3) They must have found their teacher too sophisticated, too full of recondite allusions for them to follow.(4) It is a mine of interesting and recondite information, written by the leading authorities in their fields.(5) Imagery is of central importance to all three poets, and their use of images is daring, varied, and frequently recondite .(6) I have known non-intellectual teachers and writers with a marvelous capacity for getting recondite points across to the most obtuse student or reader.(7) Such recondite periphrasis brought its own reward.(8) The recondite topic of usury allowed Noonan to consider the problem of doctrinal development at greater length.(9) His accompanying text may not answer every question on this recondite subject.(10) The biographer's contextualising presence allows us to catch even the most recondite allusion.(11) Feeling uncertain of his understanding of the mathematical concepts, he asked senior mathematicians to test his grasp of the more recondite concepts.(12) Bruce was a lively and fascinating speaker, with a huge fund of anecdotes and recondite facts.(13) The Buddha's monks were not to speculate about the future or the past, or about such recondite questions as the beginning or end of the world.(14) Whether in science, philosophy, or religion, the use of recondite terminology has a tendency to impede the dissemination of useful concepts and theories.(15) 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.(16) But if you dress up the idea in a forbidding vocabulary, full of neologisms and recondite references to philosophy, then you may have a prescription for academic stardom.