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1. occult

adjective. ['əˈkʌlt'] having an import not apparent to the senses nor obvious to the intelligence; beyond ordinary understanding.

Synonyms

  • mystical
  • mystic
  • esoteric
  • orphic
  • secret

Antonyms

  • good fortune
  • bad luck
  • misfortune
  • good luck

Etymology

  • occulto (Latin)
  • occulo (Latin)

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2. occult

noun. ['əˈkʌlt'] supernatural practices and techniques.

Synonyms

  • occult arts
  • practice

Antonyms

  • real
  • dissuade
  • explicable

Etymology

  • occulto (Latin)
  • occulo (Latin)

3. occult

verb. ['əˈkʌlt'] cause an eclipse of (a celestial body) by intervention.

Synonyms

  • eclipse

Antonyms

  • act
  • derestrict

Etymology

  • occulto (Latin)
  • occulo (Latin)

4. occult

noun. ['əˈkʌlt'] supernatural forces and events and beings collectively.

Synonyms

  • supernatural being
  • supernatural
  • destiny
  • theurgy
  • cause
  • causal agency
  • causal agent
  • spiritual being

Antonyms

  • overt
  • acknowledged
  • outward
  • unconcealed

Etymology

  • occulto (Latin)
  • occulo (Latin)

5. occult

verb. ['əˈkʌlt'] hide from view.

Synonyms

  • hold in
  • conceal

Antonyms

  • inactivity
  • disagree
  • attack

Etymology

  • occulto (Latin)
  • occulo (Latin)

6. occult

adjective. ['əˈkʌlt'] hidden and difficult to see.

Synonyms

  • invisible

Antonyms

  • success
  • unbelief

Etymology

  • occulto (Latin)
  • occulo (Latin)

7. occult

verb. ['əˈkʌlt'] become concealed or hidden from view or have its light extinguished.

Antonyms

  • lose

Etymology

  • occulto (Latin)
  • occulo (Latin)

8. arts

noun. ['ˈɑːrts'] studies intended to provide general knowledge and intellectual skills (rather than occupational or professional skills).

Synonyms

  • Romanticism
  • Sinology
  • trivium
  • discipline
  • humanities
  • performing arts
  • beaux arts
  • humanistic discipline
  • classicalism
  • Orientalism
  • Romantic Movement
  • library science
  • musicology
  • neoclassicism
  • field
  • chronology
  • stemmatology
  • quadrivium
  • subject area
  • art history
  • field of study
  • study
  • liberal arts
  • fine arts
  • literary study
  • classicism
  • history
  • subject field
  • Occidentalism
  • Oriental Studies
  • philosophy
  • linguistics
  • bailiwick
  • subject
  • stemmatics
  • philology

Antonyms

  • classicism
  • unrestraint
  • indiscipline
  • future
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