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Definitions of occult:

part of speech: adjective

Invisible; undetected.

part of speech: adjective

Hidden, concealed; noting a concealed hemorrhage, or blood so changed as not to be readily recognized.

Usage examples for occult:

  • I suppose I might have found this out long ago by asking any of the Windyridge men, but for some occult reason I have never cared to inquire. "Windyridge", W. Riley
  • Perhaps hope had some occult healing power unknown to those who watched and tended him. "Love's Usuries", Louis Creswicke
  • He pledged himself to review the schoolmen, allowed his opponents the privilege of selecting their topics- mathematics, no less than scholastic lore- either from branches publicly or privately taught, and promised to return answers in logical figure or in numbers estimated according to their occult power, or in any of a hundred sorts of verse. "The Mystery of Francis Bacon", William T. Smedley

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