In fairness, Arcady has put this misapprehension in context.
A Horror Story of True-Life Anti-Semitism in France Tracy McNicoll April 27, 2014
To Hermione the thin sound of the reed-flute always had suggested Arcady.
The Call of the Blood Robert Smythe Hichens
It was an hour in Arcady––just one hour without past or future.
The Bondwoman Marah Ellis Ryan
This “bank-note world,” to them, is Arcady, and their lives are sweet and simple as pastoral hymns!
Daisy’s Necklace Thomas Bailey Aldrich
It is a Siberian Arcady; but an Arcady without its poetic romance.
Some Heroes of Travel W. H. Davenport Adams
I don’t know where Arcady is, but it is a pretty sounding place.
The Ranch Girls’ Pot of Gold Margaret Vandercook
The scene is laid in Arcady and at Westminster; time, between 1700 and 1882.
The Standard Light Operas George Upton
Little Arcady did not know what he could do, but it had faith that he would do something if he were pushed hard enough.
The Boss of Little Arcady Harry Leon Wilson
It is a veritable Flute of Arcady blown with a breath of joy.
Birds and Nature Vol. 11 No. 4 [April 1902] Various
But my Arcady, as you will see, is none the less tolerably broad and eclectic in its limits.
Science in Arcady Grant Allen
Often, arcana. a secret; mystery. a supposed great secret of nature that the alchemists sought to discover. a secret and powerful remedy. Contemporary Examples Kornacki, on the other hand, appears to be far more comfortable with the kind of arcana found in The Almanac of American Politics. Steve Kornacki, MSNBC’s Brainy Replacement for Chris Hayes, […]
Often, arcana. a secret; mystery. a supposed great secret of nature that the alchemists sought to discover. a secret and powerful remedy. secret of secrets. Historical Examples I inquired, “Why do you say one arcanum; when I came here to learn several?” The Delights of Wisdom Pertaining to Conjugial Love Emanuel Swedenborg But they too […]
known or understood by very few; mysterious; secret; obscure; esoteric: She knew a lot about Sanskrit grammar and other arcane matters. Contemporary Examples Elections make sense; central-bank announcements replete with jargon, arcane policies, and acronyms do not stir souls. Mario Draghi May Become the Man Who Saved Europe—and the World Zachary Karabell September 6, 2012 […]
Arcangelo [ahr-kahn-je-law] /ɑrˈkɑn dʒɛˌlɔ/ (Show IPA), 1653–1713, Italian violinist and composer. Marie (Mary Mackay) 1854?–1924, English novelist. Historical Examples This was the work of Corelli, whose sonatas were published in the third quarter of the century with which we are now dealing. A Popular History of the Art of Music W. S. B. Mathews How […]