occult


occult
Synonyms and related words:
abstract, abstruse, airy, anagogic, apply to, arcana, arcane, arcanum, asomatous, astral, baffling, becloud, beclouded, bedarken, bedim, befog, begloom, between the lines, black, black magic, black out, blacken, blanket, blind, block, block the light, blot out, bodiless, bodilessness, brown, buried, bury, cabala, cabalic, cabalism, cabalistic, cabbala, cabbalism, cabbalistic, cache, camouflage, canopy, cast a shadow, censored, classified, classified information, cloak, close, closed, clothe, cloud, cloud over, clouded, conceal, concealed, confidence, confidential communication, cope, cover, cover up, covered, covert, cowl, dark, darken, darken over, decarnate, decarnated, deep, delitescent, dim, dim out, discarnate, disembodied, disguise, dissemble, distract attention from, ditch, dormant, eclipse, eclipsed, eerie, eeriness, elfdom, encloud, encompass with shadow, enigma, enigmatic, ensconce, enshroud, envelop, esoteric, esoterica, ethereal, extramundane, extraterrestrial, faerie, fey, film, ghostliness, ghostly, gloom, gloss over, guarded secret, heavy, hermetic, hermetics, hibernating, hid, hidden, hide, hood, hush-hush, hypernormal, hyperphysical, immaterial, immateriality, immaterialness, impalpability, impalpable, impenetrable, imponderability, imponderable, in a cloud, in a fog, in eclipse, in purdah, in the wings, incommunicado, incomprehensible, incorporate, incorporeal, incorporeality, incorporeity, indecipherable, inexplicable, inextension, inscrutable, insubstantial, intangibility, intangible, keep under cover, latent, lay on, lay over, lurking, magical, mantle, mask, metaphysic, miraculousness, muffle, muffled, murk, mysterious, mysteriousness, mystery, mystery of mysteries, mystic, mystical, mystifying, nonexteriority, nonmaterial, nonphysical, numinous, numinousness, obduce, obfuscate, obfuscated, obnubilate, obscure, obscured, obumbrate, occult phenomena, occultate, occultism, otherworldliness, otherworldly, overcast, overcloud, overlay, overshadow, overspread, perplexing, personal matter, phantom, possible, potential, preterhuman, preternatural, preternaturalism, preternormal, pretersensual, private, private matter, privileged communication, privity, privy, profound, profound secret, psychic, psychical research, psychicism, psychics, psychism, put on, puzzling, recondite, restricted, restricted information, screen, scum, sealed book, secluded, secluse, secret, secrete, sequestered, shade, shadow, shadowiness, shadowy, shield, shroud, shrouded, sleeping, slur over, smothered, somber, sorcery, spirit world, spiritual, spirituality, spirituousness, spread over, stash, stifled, submerged, superhuman, superhumanity, superimpose, supernatural, supernaturalism, supernaturality, supernaturalness, supernature, supernormal, supernormalness, superphysical, superphysicalness, superpose, supersensible, supersensibleness, supersensual, suppressed, supramundane, supranatural, supranaturalism, supranature, the occult, the supernatural, the supersensible, the unknown, theosophical, theosophist, top secret, transcendental, transcendentalism, transmundane, ulterior, unbreatheable, under an eclipse, under cover, under house arrest, under security, under the surface, under wraps, underground, underlying, undisclosable, undisclosed, undivulgable, undivulged, unearthliness, unearthly, unembodied, unexplainable, unexplained, unextended, unfathomable, unfleshly, unhuman, unknown, unmanifested, unphysical, unrevealable, unrevealed, unspoken, unsubstantial, unsubstantiality, unsubstantialness, untellable, untold, unutterable, unuttered, unwhisperable, unworldliness, unworldly, vague, varnish, veil, veiled, virtual, weird, whitewash, witchcraft, witchery, wrapped in clouds

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • Occult — Oc*cult , a. [L. occultus, p. p. of occulere to cover up, hide; ob (see {Ob }) + a root prob. akin to E. hell: cf. F. occulte.] Hidden from the eye or the understanding; invisible; secret; concealed; unknown. [1913 Webster] It is of an occult… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • occult — ► NOUN (the occult) ▪ supernatural beliefs, practices, or phenomena. ► ADJECTIVE 1) relating to the occult. 2) beyond ordinary knowledge or experience; esoteric. 3) Medicine (of a disease or process) present but not readily discernible. ► VERB …   English terms dictionary

  • occult — [ə kult′, ä′kult΄] adj. [L occultus, concealed, pp. of occulere, to cover over < ob (see OB ) + celare, to hide (see HALL)] 1. hidden; concealed 2. secret; esoteric 3. beyond human understanding; mysterious 4. designating or of certa …   English World dictionary

  • Occult — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Black Metal, Thrash Metal, Death Metal Gründung 1990 Auflösung 2005 Website …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Occult — Oc*cult , v. t. To eclipse; to hide from sight. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • occult — index blind (obscure), cloak, covert, elusive, esoteric, hidden, incomprehensible, inexplicable …   Law dictionary

  • occult — (adj.) 1530s, secret, not divulged, from L. occultus hidden, concealed, secret, pp. of occulere cover over, conceal, from ob over (see OB (Cf. ob )) + a verb related to celare to hide, from PIE root *kel to hide (see CELL (Cf …   Etymology dictionary

  • occult — esoteric, *recondite, abstruse Analogous words: *mysterious, inscrutable, arcane: mystic, cabalistic, *mystical, anagogic …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • occult — [adj] mysterious, secret; supernatural abstruse, acroamatic, arcane, cabalistic, concealed, deep, eerie, esoteric, hermetic, hidden, invisible, magic, magical, mystic, mystical, obscure, orphic, preternatural, profound, psychic, recondite,… …   New thesaurus

  • Occult — For other uses, see Occult (disambiguation). The word occult comes from the Latin word occultus (clandestine, hidden, secret), referring to knowledge of the hidden .[1] In the medical sense it is used to refer to a structure or process that is… …   Wikipedia

  • Occult — Hidden. Occult blood is hidden from the eye but is nonetheless present and can be detected by chemical tests. Spina bifida occulta is a hidden defect in the spinal column. * * * 1. Hidden; concealed; not manifest. 2. Denoting a concealed… …   Medical dictionary