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Synonyms for occult

Synonyms for occult

Synonyms for occult

supernatural forces and events and beings collectively

supernatural practices and techniques

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cause an eclipse of (a celestial body) by intervention

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become concealed or hidden from view or have its light extinguished

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hide from view

hidden and difficult to see

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having an import not apparent to the senses nor obvious to the intelligence

References in classic literature ?
It was an alchemy of soul occultly subtile and profoundly deep--a mysterious emanation of the spirit, seductive, sweetly humble, and terribly imperious.
Herfarth, "Microsurgical neck dissection for occultly metastasizing medullary-thyroid carcinoma--3-year results," Cancer, vol.
As such, many behaviours continue, but occur occultly to minimise the risk of bribery, extortion, blackmail, violence, arrest and imprisonment (9).
We identify in the tertiary equation described above a subterranean keystone of Bloom's thought by agency of which the poetic phenomenon is regarded as a micro-image of life, thereby Bloom's poetics being a generalized ontodynamics, or even, considering the deep roots of this poetics in Hebrew mystique, an ontologosophy, of the type Novalis dreamt about, for instance: a logosophy of being, a science about the wisdom of the cosmo-poetic word through which being self-explores itself infinitely, in this process it coming to know the spiritual spheres and God; poesis becomes in this acceptation synonymous with life itself as an endless creative mental travel, of the kind described by William Blake in all of his prophetic works, but most occultly in Vala.
Microsurgical neck dissection for occultly metastasizing medullary thyroid carcinoma: three-year results.