Obscurant

Ob·scur'ant noun [ Latin obscurans , present participle of obscurare to obscure.] One who obscures; one who prevents enlightenment or hinders the progress of knowledge and wisdom. Coleridge.
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Obscurant

• (n.) One who obscures; one who prevents enlightenment or hinders the progress of knowledge and wisdom.
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obscurant

obscurant 1. Someone who opposes intellectual advancement and political reform. 2. Characterized by opposition to intellectual advancement and political reform. 3. Tending to make obscure: 'We saw an obscurant bank of clouds in the sky.'
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