obfuscate

to darken make obscure muddle 
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obfuscate

[v] - make obscure or unclear
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Obfuscate

Ob·fus'cate adjective [ Latin obfuscatus , past participle of obfuscare to darken; ob (see Ob- ) + fuscare , fuscatum , to darken, from fuscus dark.] Obfuscated; darkened; obscured. [ Obsolete] [ Written also offuscate .] Sir. T. Elyot.
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obfuscate

To darken; to obscure; to becloud; hence, to confuse; to bewilder. 'His head, like a smokejack, the funnel unswept, and the ideas whirling round and round about in it, all obfuscated and darkened over with fuliginous matter.' (Sterne) 'Clouds of passion which might obfuscate the intellects of meaner females.' (Sir. W. Scott) ... Origin: Obfuscated;...
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Obfuscate

• (a.) Obfuscated; darkened; obscured. • (v. t.) To darken; to obscure; to becloud; hence, to confuse; to bewilder.
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obfuscate

obfuscate, obfuscated, obfuscating 1. To confuse; to bewilder; to stupefy: 'A person's mind may be obfuscated by liquor.' 2. To darken or to make obscure or unclear: 'He tried to obfuscate his drunken driving with extraneous information about taking medication; however, the odor of alcohol on his breath was not obfuscating his real condition.'
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obfuscate

to obscure; to darken; to confuse
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obfuscate

obscure or unclear
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obfuscate

make obscure or unclear
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