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1. Obscure definition is - dark, dim

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2. How to use Obscure in a sentence

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3. Obscure definition, (of meaning) not clear or plain; ambiguous, vague, or uncertain: an Obscure sentence in the contract

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4. Synonyms & Antonyms of Obscure (Entry 1 of 2) 1 having an often intentionally veiled or uncertain meaning a fantasy writer who likes to put lots of Obscure references and images in …

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5. Deficient in light; dark: the Obscure depths of a cave

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6. The sun was Obscured by clouds.

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7. Find 241 ways to say Obscure, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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8. Obscure For some time now, Leafmore High School has been the setting for unexplained disappearances

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9. Obscure is a survival horror game developed by Hydravision Entertainment and published by DreamCatcher Interactive for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox on October 1, 2004 in Europe, and April 6, 2005 in North America

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10. The Crossword Solver found 200 answers to the Obscure crossword clue

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11. Obscure Belts is a small independent maker specializing in high quality handmade men's leather belts and cool belt buckles.

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12. If something is Obscure, it's vague and hard to see

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13. Be careful if you're driving in heavy rain — the painted lines can be Obscure

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14. Obscure comes from Latin obscurus, which can mean "dark, dim," …

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15. Obscure is defined as to make confusing or hard to see

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16. An example of Obscure is for a student to use important-sounding words in his science paper to hide the …

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17. Obscure is a survival horror video game developed by Hydravision Entertainment and published by DreamCatcher Interactive in North America, Ubisoft in China and MC2-Microïds in other territories for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2 and Xbox

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18. Obscure From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English ob‧scure1 /əbˈskjʊə $ -ˈskjʊr/ ●○○ adjective 1 not well known and usually not very important an Obscure poet The details of his life remain Obscure. 2

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19. If something or someone is Obscure, they are unknown, or are known by only a few people

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20. The origin of the custom is Obscure

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21. The hymn was written by an Obscure Greek composer

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22. Synonyms: unknown, minor, little-known, humble More Synonyms of Obscure

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23. The Obscure writer was not known in the literary community

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24. 🔊 Because the millionaire was a shy man, he enjoyed living an Obscure life in the country

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25. Samuels has ever seen the Obscure family of insects

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26. 🔊 Since my husband prefers an Obscure lifestyle, he does not interact through social media

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27. Obscure definition: not clearly understood or expressed synonyms: unclear, vague antonyms: clear, unveil, brighten

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28. Obscure nobody Sympathetically set forth it would tap many strange, beatiful qualities in Obscure men

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29. To erase the line between man and machine is to Obscure the line between man and gods "and shoot on twos for six feet" an Obscure phrase - English Only forum

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30. - The sequel to Obscure, the game that has become a classic in the survival horror genre

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31. Obscure - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums

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32. Despite the fact this is by far the most Obscure movie on the list, it might be the most interesting

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33. Obscure cartridges: Sometimes it pays to paddle against the current

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34. Why You Might Want To Shoot An Obscure Cartridge: The challenge of producing key components, such as cases, to reload the ammunition

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35. "Obscure" is a slick, enjoyable survival horror game that compensates for its flaws with budget appeal and a high school setting that, while trite by now in the realm of Hollywood feature films, is virgin territory for a video game

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36. The detection rates were 85.9% (483/562) for Obscure digestive tract bleeding, 73.5% (336/457) for Obscure diarrhea, 48.2% (448/930) for Obscure abdominal pain, 49.1% (390/795) for Obscure weight loss, and 62.9% (39/62) for intestinal obstruction.

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37. Jude the Obscure is a novel by Thomas Hardy, which began as a magazine serial in December 1894 and was first published in book form in 1895.It is Hardy's last completed novel

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38. The details of his life remain Obscure

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39. Her poetry is full of Obscure literary allusions

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40. He always speaks in Obscure legal jargon

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41. The meaning of the passage is Obscure

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42. Is the meaning still Obscure to you?

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43. See 10 authoritative translations of Obscure in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.

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44. Obscure (Full Game Movie Playthrough) : Longplay Gameplay Walkthrough Let's play

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45. Obscure, combining a few new and interesting concepts with a proven formula delivers fun, yet linear survival horror game play

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46. Deficient in light; dark: the Obscure depths of a cave

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47. So faintly perceptible as to lack clear delineation; indistinct: an Obscure figure in the fog

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48. 1 day ago · Daniel Farber, a law professor at the University of California, Berkeley, wrote in The Conversation in January that there are risks with Democrats using the “Obscure” review act

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49. Obscure (v.) early 15c., Obscuren, "to cover (something), cloud over," from Obscure (adj.) or else from Old French Obscurer, from Latin obscurare "to make dark, darken, Obscure," from obscurus.Meaning "to conceal from knowledge or observation, disguise" is from …

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50. High quality Obscure gifts and merchandise

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51. Oneiros was the Greek word for a dream, and derived from that the English language has adopted a handful of Obscure terms like oneirocriticism (the …

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OBSCURE [əbˈskyo͝or]

ADJECTIVE
obscure (adjective) · obscurer (comparative adjective) · obscurest (superlative adjective)

  • not discovered or known about; uncertain.
  • not clearly expressed or easily understood.
Synonyms: unclear . uncertain . unknown . in doubt . doubtful . dubious . mysterious . hazy . vague . indeterminate . concealed . hidden . abstruse . recondite . arcane . esoteric . recherché . occult . enigmatic . mystifying . puzzling . perplexing . baffling . ambiguous . cryptic . equivocal . delphic . oracular . riddling . oblique . opaque . elliptical . unintelligible . uninterpretable . incomprehensible . impenetrable . unfathomable . inexplicable . unexplained . clear . plain .

VERB
obscure (verb) · obscures (third person present) · obscured (past tense) · obscured (past participle) · obscuring (present participle)

  • keep from being seen; conceal.
  • make unclear and difficult to understand.
Synonyms: hide . conceal . cover . veil . shroud . screen . mask . cloak . shadow . envelop . mantle . block . block out . obliterate . eclipse . overshadow . enshroud . bedim . obnubilate . adumbrate . reveal . confuse . complicate . obfuscate . cloud . blur . muddy . becloud . befog . clarify . illuminate .