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  1. Obscure definition, (of meaning) not clear or plain; ambiguous, vague, or uncertain: an obscure sentence in the contract. See more.
  2. 1. To make dim, indistinct, or impossible to see: "His face was obscured in shadow" (Rosemary Mahoney). See Synonyms at block. 2.
  3. obscured In English, many past and present participles of verbs can be used as adjectives. Some of these examples may show the adjective use. They provide uniform frameworks to identify differences and similarities that would otherwise be obscured.
  4. Obscure definition is - dark, dim. How to use obscure in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of obscure.
  5. Synonyms & Antonyms of obscured (Entry 2 of 2) 1 to keep secret or shut off from view the investigative reporters obscured their real motives for visiting the company by pretending the story was about something else.
  6. For the moment a cloud had obscured the moon, and Fyles looked up. The chronometer on the mantel was obscured by a thick layer of dust. In such an event some of our stars must fall and some of the beams of our light must be obscured. We could see areas where the surface was obscured by clouds.
  7. Obscured Lyrics: Lost your head, now you sleep on the floor / What you said, I don't want anymore / Through the haze, make your eyes up to ache / Out in space, days away / Through these eyes / I.
  8. Unveil what is hidden Dark Red Wine Dark and deep, with secrets to keep. Swirling black fruit and smoke mingle with bright red cassis, vanilla and berries. This robust, full-bodied red unfolds into layers of sultry fruit and intriguing spice. A smooth, velvety and decadent blend so luxe it will make you blush. Tech VINEYARD Home Read More».

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