Obscure

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Definition

to obscure: to hide, to cover up, to disguise, to obstruct, to mask
verb
to obscure the truth to hide, cover up, mask the truth

obscure: unclear, hidden, uncertain, dark; unknown, minor, unfamiliar
adjective
He's an obscure author from the late 19th century, you probably wouldn't have heard of him.

Examples

  • "I understand that we make this perfume in some obscure country, somewhere called."
  • "Mile High Airways fly to a range of out-of-the-way and obscure destinations."
  • "The fog greatly obscured visibility and quite frankly, it's a miracle we arrived safely."

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