obscure

[adj] - not famous or acclaimed 2. [adj] - not drawing attention 3. [v] - make less visible or unclear 4. [v] - make undecipherable or imperceptible by obscuring or concealing 5. [v] - make difficult to perceive by sight 6. [v] - make obscure or unclear
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Obscure

Ob·scure' adjective [ Compar. Obscurer ; superl. Obscurest .] [ Latin obscurus , orig., covered; ob- (see Ob- ) + a root probably meaning, to cover; confer Latin scutum shield, Sanskrit sku to cover: c
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Obscure

Ob·scure' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Obscured ; present participle & verbal noun Obscuring .] [ Latin obscurare , from obscurus : confer Old French obscurer . See Obscure ,
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Obscure

Ob·scure' intransitive verb To conceal one's self; to hide; to keep dark. [ Obsolete] « How! There's bad news. I must obscure , and hear it.» Beau. & Fl.
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Obscure

Ob·scure' noun Obscurity. [ Obsolete] Milton.
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obscure

1. Covered over, shaded, or darkened; destitute of light; imperfectly illuminated; dusky; dim. 'His lamp shall be put out in obscure darkness.' (Prov. Xx. 20) ... 2. Of or pertaining to darkness or night; inconspicuous to the sight; indistinctly seen; hidden; retired; remote from observation; unnoticed. 'The obscure bird Clamored the livelong night
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obscure

unknown adjective not famous or acclaimed; `an obscure family`; `unsung heroes of the war`
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obscure

unnoticeable adjective not drawing attention; `an unnoticeable cigarette burn on the carpet`; `an obscure flaw`
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obscure

vague adjective not clearly understood or expressed; `an obscure turn of phrase`; `an impulse to go off and fight certain obscure battles of his own spirit`-Anatole Broyard; `their descriptions of human behavior become vague, dull, and unclear`- P.A.Soroki
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obscure

bedim verb make difficult to perceive by sight; `The foliage of the huge tree obscures the view of the lake`
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obscure

obliterate 1 veil verb make undecipherable or imperceptible by obscuring or concealing; `a hidden message`; `a veiled threat`
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Obscure

• (superl.) Not noticeable; humble; mean. • (n.) Obscurity. • (a.) To render obscure; to darken; to make dim; to keep in the dark; to hide; to make less visible, intelligible, legible, glorious, beautiful, or illustrious. • (superl.) Not easily understood; not clear or legible; abstruse or blind; as, an obscure passage or inscri
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obscure

obscure 1. To conceal or to conceal by confusing (the meaning of a statement, poem, etc.). 2. To make dark, dim, indistinct, etc. 3. To reduce or to neutralize (a vowel) to the sound usually represented by a schwa (ə). 4. A reference to a meaning which is not clear or plain; ambiguous, vague, or uncertain: 'There was an obscure sentence in th
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